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Network Data launches two Woolwich exclusives

Network Data has released details of two new exclusive Openplan Flexible products funded by The Woolwich.

The switch & save two-year stepped discount, for remortgages only, is 4.29% for year one, which equals a 1.75% discount, and 4.59% for year two, a 1.45% discount.

The stepped discount is 4.19% for year one, which equals a 1.85% discount, a 4.29% for year two, a 1.75% discount and is available for purchases 90% LTV or remortgages 90% LTV.

George Fleming, lender relationship manager at Network Data, says: “It is essential that product development keeps pace with the demands of the residential mortgage market, and with The Woolwich Network Data is working alongside a lender who consistently looks to develop competitive and innovative mortgages.”

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