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New fixed rate mortgage from Britannia

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Britannia Building Society has launched a new two-year and five-year mortgage with mortgage rates fixed .

The mortgage rates for the two-year product are set at 4.74 per cent (APR 6.3 per cent). The five-year mortgage has mortgage rates set at 4.84 per cent (APR 6.0 per cent).

According to the mortgage lender, the fixed mortgage rate products are perfect for people who want fixed payments without the uncertainty of future fluctuations in the interest rate .

Both mortgage deals are available up to 95 per cent loan-to-value . The mortgages are available to all buyers, including first-time buyers .

An arrangement fee of �349 applies to both fixed mortgage rate products, as well as a �100 administration fee.

The mortgage lender also launched a remortgage package . The remortgage is fixed at two years and at a mortgage rate of 4.89 per cent (APR 6.3 per cent).

There is also a remortgage product available for five years, fixed at the mortgage rate of 4.99 per cent (APR 6.0 per cent).

No administration fee applies to these remortgage products, but the arrangement fee still needs to be paid. A free standard valuation and free conveyance service applies.

Britannia Building Society is the second biggest building society in the UK.

As well as offering all the products you would expect from a large building society, Britannia also provides a range of specialist services.

They have set up subsidiaries and specialist departments which offer everything from commercial lending and intermediary lending, help for those people with special or slightly unusual requirements, to tax-free offshore savings.

The Treasury department looks after wholesale funding, liquidity, and asset and liability management.

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