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Accord chops mortgage rates

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  • 05/04/2018
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Accord chops mortgage rates
Accord has cut rates on around 30 mortgages, as the intermediary arm of Yorkshire Building Society seeks to enhance its house purchase and remortgage deals.

 

The provider has snipped up to 0.18% off a range of loan-to-value (LTV) products.

Borrowers with a deposit of 20% can now apply for a two-year fixed-rate of 2.15%, which is fee-free and comes with £500 cashback on completion and free standard valuation.

The lender is also offering a 1.68% two-year fix at 80% LTV with a £995 fee.

Ben Merritt, mortgage manager at Accord (pictured), said: “We’ve spring cleaned our mortgage range to make it as competitive as possible for borrowers with differing budgets.

“The new range includes some fee-free options as well as home loans with additional features, such as cashback and free standard valuations, designed to help borrowers keep the upfront costs of buying or remortgaging low.

“We hope the new options will appeal to brokers and their clients,” he added.

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