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Chelsea changes fixed rate deals

Chelsea has changed its fixed rate mortgage products following the recent rise in the base rate.

All the lender’s two-year fixes, buy-to-let, self-cert, and fees-assisted remortgage products will be increased by 0.4%.

All standard three-year fixed rates including helping hand and fees-assisted remortgages will be increased by 0.10%. Chelsea’s three-year buy-to-let fixed rate will be increased by 0.15%.

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