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Exclusive Connections discounts for five years

Mortgage packager Exclusive Connections has launched a five year discount rate loan.


The discount rate over the five years is 1.25 per cent giving a payable rate of 5.64 per cent.


Loans are available up to 95 per cent loan to value. There is also a £300 cashback.


The redemption penalty for early repayment is nine months&#39 interest in years one and two decreasing to 8 months&#39 in year three, seven months in year four and six months&#39 in the final year.


The procuration fee is £250.

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