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Bristol & West launches new core mortgage range

Bristol & West has launched a new core range of mortgages including fixed rates, tracker rates, buy-to-let and remortgage products.

It has a five year fixed rate at 5.75 per cent and a loan to value of 85 per cent which it says is specifically aimed a remortgagers looking for a better deal. There is a also a three year tracker currently with a rate of 5.29 per cent.

As an incentive B&W is offering free legals as part of the remortgagers package.

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