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Skipton Intermediaries launches broker-only three-year fixes

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Skipton Intermediaries is today launching a new range of intermediary-only products for purchase and remortgage.

The three-year fixed rate range includes products to 60, 75, 85 and 90 per cent LTV, with rates starting from 1.99 per cent.

Brokers selling these products also get a free day one mortgage valuation and up to £500 cashback on completion for their clients.

Remortgage customers get free standard legal fees. All products have a £995 completion fee.

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Skipton director of intermediary relationships Paul Darwin says: “At Skipton Intermediaries we spend a great deal of time talking with and listening to brokers, and it’s thanks to their feedback that we’ve been able to devise these great products and continue to support our broker partners.”

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