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Abbey to launch 2.14% two-year fixed rate

Abbey for Intermediaries will launch a 2.14 per cent two-year fixed rate mortgage tomorrow.

It is available to 60 per cent loan-to-value and has a £995 fee.

The lender will also launch a two-year tracker at 2.34 per cent. It has a £995 fee and is available to 70 per cent LTV.

Both products are available to homebuyers and remortgagers and come with Abbey’s homebuyer or remortgage solution.

Homebuyer solution offers borrowers a free standard mortgage valuation and £250 cashback on completion, while remortgage solution offers a free standard mortgage valuation, and either free legals or £250 cashback on completion.

Abbey managing director Miguel Sard says: “We are pleased to launch these fantastic new best buy deals through the intermediary market. We are committed to supporting borrowers and in addition to offering great rates, these products also come with the added benefit of our homebuyer or remortgage solution.”

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  • Ancient Wisdom...is a mortgage broker in N3 28th June 2013 at 12:51 pm

    Seriously Abbey need to do a lot more – thats 0.40% higher than most 2 yr fixed rate deals out there via brokers.

    Abbeys rates are awful – haven’t done a case with them for over 6m now!