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NatWest Intermediary Solutions revamps range

NatWest Intermediary Solutions has refreshed the rates on a number of its mortgage and remortgage products for both its core and corporate ranges.

This includes realigning the rates on some of its remortgage products with the equivalent purchase products.

In the core range, the rates on its two-year fixed rate 70% and 80% LTV remortgages have been realigned to the equivalent purchase product rates.

The 70% LTV remortgage has been reduced by 0.10% to 3.50% and the 80% LTV remortgage has been reduced by 0.50% to 5.29%. Its two- year fixed rate 80% LTV purchase product has increased by 0.10% to 5.29% with the two-year tracker and five year fixed rate 60% LTV mortgages increasing by 0.20%.

In its corporate range it has reduced and aligned the rates on both its two-year fixed rate 75% LTV purchase and remortgage products to 3.64%

It has increased the rates on its two year fixed rate 60% LTV purchase and remortgage products and the two year tracker 60% LTV remortgage by 0.20%.

Overpayments of up to 10% of the outstanding balance per annum are allowed during the initial deal period. ERC applies. We won’t charge you basic legal or valuation fees for a standard residential remortgage.



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