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Leek United adds to product range

Leek United Building Society has announced the addition of new residential and buy-to-let mortgages to its product range, which will be available from 24 September.

One new residential mortgage has a 95 per cent LTV and a two-year discount rate of 2.74 per cent, no application or product fees and £500 cashback.

Further, two new 65 per cent LTV BTL products have two-year discounted rates of 2.04 per cent and 1.60 per cent, with the latter’s £999 application fee accounting for the difference between them.

The building society has also increased its offer period to six months as well as guaranteeing that if an online decision in principle submission is received before 2pm, it will respond on the same day, and if afterwards, the next day.


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Leek United increases lending limits by £100,000

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