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Exclusive Mortgages Direct caps for two years


Exclusive Mortgages Direct has launched a two-year capped-rate flexible mortgage.


The rate is capped until June 1, 2001 at 5.55 per cent for loans up to 95 per cent loan to value. The minimum loan is £25,000.


The product is funded by Bank of Ireland Mortgages and is available exclusively through EMD.


The procuration fee is £250, payable within 48 hours of completion.

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