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Exclusive Connections launches fixed rate loan

Mortgage packaging network Exclusive Connections is launching a 5.99 per cent fixed rate loan funded by Bank of Scotland subsidiary The Mortgage Business.

Fixed until September 2004, the mortgage is open to employed and self-employed borrowers with a minimum income of £10,000. Income multiples are 3.5 times single income or 2.75 times joint, up to a maximum of 95 per cent LTV.

Borrowers must give one month’s notice to redeem the loan at a charge of four month’s interest during the fixed period.

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