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Fixed rates from UCB Home Loans

UCB Home Loans has increased its fixed rates on self-certification and buy-to-let mortgages. The new rates reflect recent movements in the money markets.

The self-cert mortgages include:

• Two-year fixed rate available at 4.99% (increased by 0.10%) 6.0% APR

• Three-year fixed rate available at 5.29% (increased by 0.20%) 6.0% APR

• Five-year fixed rate available at 5.49% (increased by 0.20%) 6.0% APR

Buy-to-let mortgages include:

• Two-year fixed rate available at 5.19% (increased by 0.30%) 6.1% APR

• Five-year fixed rate available at 5.59% (increased by 0.30%) 6.1% APR

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