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UCB Home Loans to increase variable rate mortgages

UCB Home Loans is increasing its variable rate mortgages by 0.25% from July 1 2004. This follows the recent increase in the Bank of England base rate.

The variable rates now offered are a FlexiPlus variable rate at 6.79% (7.2% APR), an investment flexible variable rate of 6.79% (7.3% APR) and self-certification variable rate 7.39% (7.9% APR).

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