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Derbyshire Building Society launches new fixed rates

Derbyshire Building Society is cutting the rates on its three and five year fixed rate deals from today.

It has three year deals available from 4.89 per cent on loans to value up to 80 per cent, with an APR of 5.8 per cent

It has five year fixed rates starting at 5.09 per cent on a LTV of 80 per cent and an APR of 5.8 per cent.

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