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Birmingham Midshires launches new self-cert loans

Birmingham Midshires is launching a new range of self certification mortgages.

The range is aimed at the self-employed, people on short term contracts and those who have an irregular income.

The range includes a fixed rate mortgage of 6.89 per cent at 85 per cent ltv fixed until 1 February 2003 and two variable rate mortgages tracking the bank base rate plus 1.15 per cent at 75 per cent ltv and plus 1.3 per cent for 85 per cent ltv.

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