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Platform launches five two-year fixed rate mortgages

Platform, the intermediary lender of Britannia is launching five two year fixed rate non-conforming products.

These products are Platforms first two- year fixed rate products, specifically designed for the non-conforming market, and are available across the whole sub prime range of products.

Some of the key features for the non-conforming fixed rate products are, minor adverse, light adverse, medium adverse, fast-track, Right to Buy, and fixed until 1/2/07, at 5.99% 6.49% 6.75% 6.99% 6.99%.

Guy Batchelor, sales and marketing director at Platform, says: “Such has been the success of our self certification and buy-to-let fixed rates, launched last month, that we felt it was a natural step to extend these offers across our non-conforming range.

“Over recent weeks we have experienced an increase in demand from our intermediary clients for our fixed rate products and so we have great pleasure in launching these products to meet their needs.

“The next stage in Platforms development, now that we have smoothly entered the regulated world, is to progress with a number of exciting online projects, designed to make our offering even more attractive to intermediaries.”

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