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Derbyshire BS launches remortgage deal

Derbyshire Building Society is launching a fixed rate remortgage product with no application or valuation fee.

The three-year product has a rate of 4.99 per cent and offers free accident, sickness and unemployment insurance for the first three months. Interest is calculated daily and there is no early repayment charge after the fixed period.

Maximum loan to value is 80 per cent.

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