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Leek United and TSB cut mortgage rates – roundup

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Leek United and TSB cut mortgage rates – roundup
Leek United and TSB have reduced fixed rates on mortgages for purchases and remortgages.

 

Leek United is offering homebuyers with a deposit of 5% a two-year rate of 2.74% – a 2.95% discount on the society’s Standard Variable Rate (SVR) – with no application and product fees, as well as £500 cashback.

The lender is also launching two new two-year 65% loan to Value (LTV) buy-to-let mortgages, offering discounted rates of 2.04% and 1.60%.

 

TBS cuts rates by up to 0.30%

TBS has cut its two, three and five-year fixed rate mortgages for buy-to-let house purchase and remortgage borrowers.

Select two-year fixed rates have been reduced by 0.10% in the house purchase and remortgage range.

And three-year and five-year fixed rates for house purchase and remortgage range have been reduced by 0.30% at up to 75% LTV.

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