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Skipton launches new 85% LTV deal

Skipton Building Society has launched a new range of mortgages, available both direct and through brokers.

The new mortgage range, which is available as of now includes:

  • Two- year base rate tracker at 2.48%, 60% LTV
  • Three- year base rate tracker at 2.88%, 60% LTV
  • Three- year base rate tracker at 2.99%, 75% LTV
  • Three- year fixed rate at 3.58%, 75% LTV
  • Three-year fixed rate at 4.28%, 85% LTV
  • Five- year fixed rate at 3.98%, 80% LTV 

Kris Brewster, head of products at Skipton, says: “At Skipton we are committed to helping borrowers get onto the property ladder –and stay there. These latest product launches reflect this commitment and our wider objectives to increase lending during 2010.”

Each of the mortgages is subject to a £995 fee, payable on completion.


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