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High Street Home Loans announces new rates

High Street Home Loans is announcing new rates on its range of mortgages for distribution through intermediaries.

It is offering a rate of 5.24 per cent up to 75 per cent loan to value and 5.44 per cent up to 95 per cent loan to value, fixed until May 2003.

HSHL is also offering a self-certification mortgage fixed until May 2002 at 6.45 per cent for loans up to 75 per cent loan to value, after which the rate is 2 per cent above Bank of England base rate.

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