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Leeds & Holbeck – 2 Year Fixed

Thursday, 13 September 2001.

Fixed term: Two years.

Fixed rate: 4.85 per cent.

Minimum loan: £25,000.

Maximum loan: Up to 90 per cent of valuation subject to a maximum of £150,000.

Income multiples: 81 per cent and above of valuation 3.25 times principal income plus second or 2.5 times joint, 51-80 per cent 3.5 times principal income plus second or 2.75 times joint, up to 50 per cent 3.75 times principal income plus second or three times joint.

Arrangement fee: £295.

Redemption fee: Six months&#39 interest during fixed term.

Conditions: Compulsory buildings and contents insurance.

Introducers&#39 fee: Loans of up to £59,999 – £125, £60,000 and above – 0.25 per cent.

Tel: 0500 225777.

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