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PMS and Sesame launch three exclusives with Leeds BS

PMS and Sesame have launched three exclusive fixed rate products via Leeds Building Society, including a shared ownership mortgage.

A two-year fixed rate mortgage is available at 3.79 per cent and a five-year fixed rate is available at 3.8 per cent. Both loans are available up to 80 per cent LTV. The two-year product does not have any early repayment charges.

The third product is a two-year fixed rate aimed at shared ownership clients. It is available at 5.69 per cent for loans up to 75 per cent LTV.

PMS senior product and communications manager Robert McCoy says: “These exclusive products are excellent additions for our members. The security of a fixed rate mortgage will be popular amongst many clients and with more customers exploring shared ownership options when buying, we expect this specialist product to particularly appeal to first time buyers.”

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