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Coventry extends range

Coventry Building Society has extended its mortgage portfolio with new cashback, discount and fixed rate mortgage products.


The cashback mortgage offers cashback up to 5.25 per cent of the loan, a variable rate currently 7.7 per cent, 95 per cent loan to value and a £195 arrangement fee.


The two year fixed rate offer a 5.55 per cent rate, 95 per cent ltv with a £295 arrangement fee.


The two year discount gives a 2.46 per cent discount up to 75 per cent ltv and a 2.2 per cent discount up to 95 per cent ltv. There are no early redemption charges and a £195 arrangement fee.

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