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Britannic Money launches new discounted flexible mortgage

Britannic Money has launched a two-year 1.9 per cent discounted current account mortgage. The 3.99 per cent rate is available up to 95 per cent LTV without a MIG. There is no compulsory insurance tie in and interest is calculated daily.

An early redemption penalty of 3 per cent applies during the discount period. The mortgage is available to July 31, 2002.

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