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Two new deals from Newcastle BS

Newcastle Building Society has launched two new mortgage deals.

A fixed rate of 3.85% until February 2005 is available, with no tie-in period or compulsory insurance, with a LTV of up to 90%. There is also a fixed rate of 4.2% until 28 February 2005, with £350 cashback, no tie-ins or compulsory insurance, up to 90% LTV.

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