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Lloyds TSB launches 2.94% two year fix

Lloyds TSB is launching a 2.94% two year fixed rate deal at 70% LTV.

The product is available both for house purchase and remortgage with a £1895 product fee

Lloyds TSB research has found that this year fixed rates have accounted for 43% of the market, compared to 73% in 2007, with the average rate at .62%.

Data shows that fixed rate deals hit a peak of 13.85% in 1990.

Stephen Noakes, commercial director of mortgages at Lloyds TSB says:  “Two decades on from the peak of fixed rate products, we’re launching a new, market leading rate. Whether you’re looking to buy a new home or remortgage to the stability of a fixed deal, this provides certainty of an attractive rate for two years.”

Homebuyer customers will also benefit from the free Lloyds TSB Home Harmony service, to help them settle into their new home.

The product is available in branches of Lloyds TSB and Cheltenham and Gloucester.

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  • Lloyds TSB 6th June 2011 at 12:08 pm

    You could be owed £2400 from Lloyds TSB to find out if you are owed a refund visit a Lloyds TSB claim specialist company for more info

  • Andrew Hagger 2nd September 2010 at 2:00 pm

    Rate looks good but fee is way out of line with competitor products – consumers shouldn’t look at rate in isolation – unfortunately many do and as it is a drect product, unfortunately this may not be pointed out

  • Caroline Parkinson 2nd September 2010 at 12:00 pm

    “The product is available in branches of Lloyds TSB and Cheltenham and Gloucester.”

    Not a product for the broker market then? Just another example of the dual pricing still around. I have a number of clients looking to remortgage for whom this rate will be ideal but WIIFM?

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