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Manchester Building Society – Mortgage Portfolio update

Manchester Building Society – Mortgage Portfolio update

Update: New 2-year and 3-year fixed rates for home purchase, new 3-year fixed-rate mortgage, new 5-year fixed rate for purchase and remortgage, new SVR 5.49% mortgage to LTV 90% for home purchase, new buy-to-let 3-year fixed for purchase and remortgage, new 5-year buy-to-let fixed rate remortgage, new buy-to-let 5-year fixed rate for purchase. 1-year discount buy-to-let mortgage fees reduced to £495, 2-year fixed 3.74% LTV increased to 70% maximum, 2-year fixed 4.24% LTV 70% rate reduced and 2-year discount rate 3.99% to 70% LTV rate reduced

Contact: www.themanchester.co.uk/brokers/

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