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Exclusive Connections offers two new mortgages

Exclusive Connections the mortgage packaging network is launching two buy-to-let schemes funded by Mortgage Express in response to demand from IFAs.


One scheme has a fixed-rate of 7.25 per cent until December 3 2003 and is available on loans up to 80 per cent loan to value on an unlimited number of properties.


It has no redemption penalties after the fixed period.


The second scheme is fixed at 6.99 per cent until December 3 2000 and is available for house purchases up to 105 per cent loan to value.


The IFA introduction fee is £300 in each case.


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