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Skipton launches three-year fixed rates amid mortgage refresh

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Skipton launches three-year fixed rates amid mortgage refresh
Skipton Building Society is introducing a range of three-year fixed rate purchase and remortgage deals and cutting rates on select products, as part of a shake-up of its residential range.

 

The lender’s three-year fixes will be available from December 12 and include a deal of 1.94% at 75% loan to value (LTV), 2.19% at 85% LTV and 2.54% at 90% LTV.

For remortgaging customers, the society is also launching a two-year fix at 2.24% up to 80% LTV, and five-year fixes at 2.14% for 60% LTV and 2.38% for 80% LTV, all with £350 cashback.

Skipton offers free valuations on all purchase and remortgage products.

For home movers, the refreshed range of residential products includes a two-year fix at 2.16% to 90% LTV and a five-year fix at 2.74% to 90% LTV, both with £995 fees.

Kris Brewster, Skipton’s head of products (pictured), said: “This refreshed core range offers products across a wide range of short-term and longer-term fixed residential mortgages, both for new buyers and those wishing to remortgage.

“We continue to offer fee and rate options to suit a number of different borrower requirements.”

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