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Abbey launches third seven day exclusive

Abbey for Intermediaries is launching a seven day exclusive deal for a three-year fixed rate mortgage at 2.49 per cent.

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From Friday, the three-year fix up to 60 per cent LTV will be available to homebuyers and remortgagers for seven days, with a £995 fee and a maximum loan size of £500,000

It is also launching a two-year fixed rate mortgage at 4.19 per cent up to 85 per cent LTV with a £995 fee.

Abbey managing director Miguel Sard says: “Our intermediary seven day exclusives have been well received by the market and we are delighted to make it a hat trick with our new three-year fix at 2.49 per cent.

“Available through all our Key Account partnersto more than 95 per cent of the intermediary market, we are delighted to support the intermediary market with this latest market-leading exclusive.

“We have also launched a new two-year fix at 4.19 per cent to support higher LTV borrowers and we expect this deal to be very popular with intermediaries and their clients.”

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