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Leeds & Holbeck numbers are up

Leeds & Holbeck Building Society has announced record pre-tax profits of £13.1m for the first six months of this year.

Customers’ savings increased to £2.8bn, an increase of eight per cent.

Despite evidence of a slowdown in the housing market, new mortgage lending rose to £359m, an increase of 48 per cent on the same period last year.

Leeds & Holbeck says the new figures show the benefits of mutuality for both savers and borrowers.

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