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Exclusive Connections launches new mortgage

Exclusive Connections the mortgage network has launched a 100 per cent mortgage fixed at 7.34 per cent until September 12 2003.


The Royal Bank of Scotland will fund the product which is available to intermediaries via Exclusion Connections&#39 members.


After five years the payable rate returns to The Royal Bank&#39s standard variable mortgage rate.

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