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Chelsea launch new mortgages

Chelsea Building Society is launching a new range of fixed rate mortgages.

The range which will be launched on October 16 will replace the building society&#39s current fixed rate mortgages.

The mortgages are available from a minimum of £25,000, with free legal fees or a £200 contribution.

The three 2-year mortgages are fixed until the beginning of February 2005 and range from 5.3 to 5.6 per cent APR.

The 3-year mortgage is fixed until the beginning of February 2006 at a rate of 5.6 per cent APR.

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