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TSB ups fixed-rate remortgage deals

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  • 25/10/2017
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TSB ups fixed-rate remortgage deals
TSB has increased rates by up to 0.2% on seven of its fixed-rate remortgage products – six residential and one buy-to-let.

It has also removed its three-year fixed-rate deal at up to 90% loan-to-value (LTV) for residential borrowers.

TSB is the latest lender to increase its rates amid the build-up to an expected Bank of England Base Rate rise in November.

The loans affected are:

  • Two-year fixed, 85% LTV (with no fee) rates increased by 0.20%;
  • Five-year fixed, 75-80% LTV rates increased by up to 0.20%;
  • Two-year fixed, 60% LTV (with no fee) for buy-to-let borrowers – rate increased by 0.20%.

 

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