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Clydesdale and Yorkshire waive product fees for limited period

Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks are waiving arrangement fees for customers taking out a mortgage before February 25.

The offer represents a saving of £999 and is available across the banks’ two and five-year fixed rate residential mortgages up to 90 per cent LTV, as well as their offset products.

Clydesdale Bank retail director Steve Reid says: “At Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks we remain focused on offering a range of competitive products that meet the differing needs of our customers.

“Our fee-free mortgage offer is designed to help people find the correct mortgage to suit their individual needs without having to pay an arrangement fee.”

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