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Bristol & West announces lower capped rates

Bristol & West has announced a mortgage with a rate of 3.99 per cent, capped to February 2002.

The capped rate is followed by a 1.75 per cent discount off the standard variable rate for a further 12 months, and is available for loans of a minimum £100,000.

B&W is also offering a two year rate capped at 4.89 per cent and a five year fixed rate of mortgage at 5.75 per cent.

B&W lending product manager Rachel Hunt says: “We decided to start the new year by offering the best rates available in the market place.”

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