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Amber amends self-cert range

Amber Homeloans Limited has amended its self-certification range by launching a new discounted rate mortgage with a maximum LTV of 85%.

Brokers now can choose from three discounted self-certification loans, in addition to increased discounts on the existing products in the range.

Self-certification Discount (Maximum 75% LTV)

  • 2.50% discount off standard variable rate (currently 5.89%) until October 31 2003
  • Current pay rate 3.39%
  • Self-Certification Discount (Maximum 85% LTV)

    • 2.25% discount off standard variable rate (currently 5.89%) unti October 31 2003
    • Current pay rate 3.64%
    • Self-Certification Discount (Maximum 90% LTV)

      • 1.75% discount off standard variable rate (currently 5.89%) until October 31 2003
      • Current pay rate 4.14%

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