The lender, which is part of the Yorkshire Building Society, has made cuts of up to 0.15%.
David Robinson, national intermediary sales manager at Accord, said: “Market conditions are still enabling lenders to offer highly competitive mortgage deals, which is great news for borrowers. We want to ensure that our range is appealing to both borrowers and brokers, and we hope extra touches, such as free standard valuation and cashback, will help homeowners to keep the upfront costs of their mortgage low.”
Borrowers can now secure a two-year fix at 75% loan-to-value (LTV) at a rate of 1.82%. The mortgage does not carry a product fee and comes with free standard valuation and £500 cashback.
For home buyers and remortgage customers looking for a longer-term deal there is a five-year fix charged at 2.24% for loans up to 85% LTV. The mortgage carries a £995 product fee.
In addition, Accord has added a free standard valuation feature to all its fixed rate mortgages with £1,995 fees, as well as to its two-year tracker at 1.04%, which has no early repayment charges.