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Leeds BS launches new fixed rate products

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Leeds Building Society has added new fixed rate mortgages to its Help to Buy equity mortgages.

In England and Wales the lender has added a two-year fixed rate loan at 1.60 per cent with a £999 fee and a two-year fixed at 1.85 per cent with a £199 fee.

Leeds has also launched two five-year fixed rate loans, one at 2.45 per cent with a £999 fee and one at 2.55 per cent with a £199 fee.

All the products are available up to 75 per cent LTV and exclusively through brokers. Each includes a free standard valuation.

Leeds Building Society head of Products & pricing Matt Bartle says: “The feedback we’ve received from brokers about our Help to Buy range and the needs of this type of borrower has been useful in further developing our HTB proposition so we can help even more people to have the home they want.”

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