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Abbey revamps mortgage range

Abbey for Intermediaries is amending the rates on selected two-year and three-year fixed rate products at 60% and 75% LTV.

For two-year fixed rates at 60% LTV it is offering:

  • Homebuyer, 3.54% with a £995 fee
  • Remortgage, 3.64% with a £995 fee
  • Loyalty, Homebuyer, 3.94% with no fee
  • Loyalty, Remortgage, 4.04% with no fee
  • Homebuyer, 4.04% with no fee
  • Remortgage, 4.14% with no fee

For its two-year fixed rates at 75% LTV it is offering:

  • Homebuyer and Homebuyer Plus, 3.89% with a £995 fee
  • Remortgage, 4.09% with a £995 fee
  • Loyalty, Homebuyer, 4.29% with no fee
  • Loyalty, Remortgage, 4.49% with no fee
  • Homebuyer, 4.39% with no fee
  • Remortgage, 4.59% with no fee

For its three-year fixed rates at 60% LTV

  • Homebuyer, 3.89% with a £995 fee
  • Remortgage, 4.09% with a £995 fee
  • Homebuyer, 3.39% with a 2.5% fee
  • Remortgage, 3.59% with a 2.5% fee

For its three-year fixed rate at 75% LTV

  • Homebuyer, 4.09% with a £995 fee
  • Remortgage, 4.29% with a £995 fee

And for its two year tracker at 60% LTV

  • Homebuyer, 3.39% (BBR + 2.89%) with a £995 fee
  • Homebuyer, 3.89% (BBR + 3.39%) with no fee

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