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C&G launches new mortgage range

Cheltenham & Gloucester is launching a new range of fixed and capped mortgages including a 5.69 per cent fixed for two years for loans up to 90 per cent loan to value.

C&G is also offering a mortgage capped at 5.99 per cent for four years, also up to 90 per cent LTV. Its standard variable rate is 7 per cent, and all mortgages carry an administration charge of £199.

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