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PMS offers TMB range

Premier Mortgage Service is offering a range of exclusive products from The Mortgage Business.

The offerings include two fixed-rate options from TMB’s Self 85 range, both fixed until May 31 2009, with rates of 5.49% and 5.69%.

Both products also have a cash incentive of £500, plus a refund of the valuation fee, up to £490.

Other products offered will be through TMB’s House 2 House range. One will track the base rate by 1.04%, with no valuation fee, and the other by 1.34%.

PMS is also offering a TMB multi buy-to-let tracker product 0.94% above the base rate.

Nigel Payne, managing director at TMB, says: “PMS are one of the UK’s leading distributors and we have been working closely with them to offer this range of really competitive deals for their club members.”

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