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Nottingham BS launches limited offer fixed range from 2.89%

Nottingham Building Society has launched three new limited edition fixed rates starting at 2.89 per cent.

A two-year fix at 85 per cent LTV is priced at 2.89 per cent, with no arrangement fee.

The lender has also launched two 85 per cent LTV five-year fixes. The first is priced at 3.75 per cent with £800 arrangement fee, while the second is offered at 3.84 per cent with no fee.

All of the new products carry a £199 booking fee.

Nottingham BS head of intermediary sales Chris Parker says: “These products offer competitive rates and may be withdrawn at short notice. As a result, I would recommend that intermediaries submit any applications without delay.”



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