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Exclusive Connections offers discounted mortgage product

Exclusive Connections yesterday announced a discounted mortgage product, available for purchases and remortgage.

The product offers 1.70% discount off SVR for three years and also has the advantages of no booking fee and no extended tie-ins and the 4.84% payable rate makes it a suitable product for first-time buyers.

Also featured are Max LTV 95% and £500 customer cashback. Minimum loans of £15,001 for purchase and £25,001 for remortgage and a maximum of £999,999 for both are available.

Procuration fees are negotiable.

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