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Northern Rock launches intermediary exclusives

Northern Rock has launched a number of fixed rate deals available exclusively through its intermediary partners.

All of the deals are available to both purchase and remortgage customers and the range includes a raft of new mortgage products available with no product fee. The remortgage deals offer a free basic valuation and free standard legal costs.

It has launched a two-year fixed rate deal with no product fee, available at 3.34% for those with a 30% deposit. A three-year fixed rate mortgage with no product fee is now 3.99% up to 70% LTV, and a five-year deal without a product fee is 4.49% up to 70% LTV.

For customers who choose to pay a product fee there is a new two-year fixed rate deal at 3.05% up to 70% LTV with a £995 fee, or a two-year fixed rate is available at 2.89% up to 70% LTV for a higher product fee of £1,595.

For customers looking for an LTV of up to 75%, a two-year fixed rate is available at 3.09% with a £1,595 product fee.

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