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Accord withdraws prime three and five-year fixes

Accord Mortgages will withdraw a range of its fixed rate deals as of close of business tomorrow.

These include a range of its prime three and five-year fixed rates and three and five-year remortgage fixed rates.

The lender says that replacement products has yet to decide whether to launch replacements.

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