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C&G launches intermediary-only products

C&G is launching a range of intermediary-only products.

The products include two-year fixed-rate mortgages at 4.95% with a fee and 5.25% with no fee, a two-year tracker at 4.69% and a two-year buy-to-let fixed-rate mortgage at 5.49%.

All are available for both house purchases and remortgages, for loans ranging in size from £25,000 to £1.5m with a maximum LTV of 80% (85% for the two-year buy-to-let mortgage).

John Champion, intermediary sales director at C&G, says: “The new products are part of our strategy of offering differentiated products to respond to the specific needs of IFAs.”

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