View more on these topics

Chelsea adds Christmas cheer to fixed rate range

Chelsea has loosened the belt on a number of its fixed rate mortgages in order to offer more attractive rates to customers.

The products include a two-year fixed rate, three-year fixed rate and a five-year fixed rate, which have been launched today.

Sean Scannell, marketing communications controller at Chelsea, says: “The changes make these Chelsea mortgages some of the most competitive rates currently on the market and with January not that far away, the period when most people look to review their financial situation, they will be even more in demand.”

Recommended

Charcol warns of interest payment rises of at least 1%

Charcol is warning borrowers to expect interest payments to increase by at least 1%.With four interest rate rises this year, borrowers could see their interest payments rise by around 20 to 25%. For a typical mortgage of 100,000, those on annual review could find their monthly interest payments rise by 83, equating to 1,000 over […]

On the beat

It might well look like something out of a horror film. Just as intermediaries were beginning to feel that memories were fading following the October 31 introduction of MCOB, a new horror dawns. Creeping and stalking, ready to pounce on unsuspecting prey in early 2005, is ICOB.

Perfect present

As Christmas fast approaches, the gift at the top of the industry’s wish list is a raise in the Stamp
Duty threshold to help first-time buyers, says Helen McCormick

Jelf flexible benefits

In Focus: How to choose a flexible benefits provider — seven top tips

Jelf Employee Benefits looks at some of the key considerations employers should think about when reviewing and choosing a flexible benefits provider. Choosing the right benefits for your employees is one thing but delivering a successful employee benefits strategy is about understanding the complete picture and delivering it in a personalised way so that it resonates with each and every individual in your business. 

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up