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Chelsea cuts rate

Chelsea Building Society is reducing its mortgage rate by 0.26 per cent to 8.59 per cent.


The reduced standard variable rate starts from 17 October and will apply to new and existing borrowers.


Chelsea says that it aims to offer a standard variable mortgage rate lower than that offered by the banks.


It will apply to the Chelsea Cashback Mortgage and other variable linked products.

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