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Skipton launches new 90% LTV deals

Skipton Building Society has launched a range of new mortgage deals including higher loan-to-value options.

The refreshed range includes new three-year fixed rates of 65% and 90% LTV, as well as three new five-year fixed rates at 75%, 85% and 90% LTV.

The new two-year fixed rate mortgage range now includes:  

  • two-year fixed rate at 2.89%, 60% LTV
  • two-year fixed rate at 2.99%, 65% LTV
  • two- year fixed rate at 3.08%, 70% LTV
  • two-year fixed rate at 3.18%, 75% LTV
  • two-year fixed rate at 3.68%, 80% LTV
  • two- year fixed rate at 4.38%, 85% LTV

The new three-year fixed rate mortgage range now available includes:  

  • three- year fixed rate at 3.38%, 65% LTV
  • three- year fixed rate at 5.68%, 90% LTV

The new five- year fixed rate mortgage range now available includes

  • five-year fixed rate at 4.08%, 75% LTV
  • five-year fixed rate at 4.68%, 80% LTV
  • five-year fixed rate at 4.98%, 85% LTV
  • five-year fixed rate at 5.78%, 90% LTV

Kris Brewster, head of products at Skipton, says: “We have refreshed our mortgage range to offer even more good value options to cater for customers’varying circumstances. We have also launched a number of higher LTV products, which we hope will especially help first time buyers get onto the property ladder.”

Skipton’s new mortgages can be bought direct or through an intermediary. Each of the mortgages is subject to a £995 fee, payable on completion.

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  • Tim 25th November 2010 at 12:48 pm

    Well done Skipton for bringing out some decent 90% LTV products without dual-pricing them.