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Five year fixed with cashback from Leeds & Holbeck

Leeds & Holbeck Building Society is rolling out a five year fixed rate loan offering £200 cashback to borrowers who apply before the end of September.

The rate is fixed at 5.49 per cent for loans up to 90 per cent of property value or 5.89 per cent with an LTV of 95 per cent.

There are no early repayment charges, no completion fee, free in-house legal services for remortgages and six months free mortgages payment protection cover.

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