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Infinity extends fixed rate promise

Infinity has extended the expiry date of its ‘fixed rate promise’ until August 31, 2006.

The fixed rate promise was launched to give intermediaries certainty with fixed rate products. Infinity Mortgages will now keep its entire range of fixed rates unchanged until 31st August 2006. At that time the promise will be reviewed again.

Simon Biddle, head of marketing and communications at Infinity, says: “We live in uncertain times regarding fixed rates. We believe the extension of our promise will be well received by the market. With rates starting from just 5.60% we are prepared to put our money where our mouth is and give intermediaries and their clients fixed rate certainty and that is exactly what our fixed rate promise delivers.”

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