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Mansfield Building Society – Two-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Mansfield Building Society – Two-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Type: Fixed rate mortgage



Fixed term: Two years



Fixed rate: 2.79%



Minimum loan: £25,001



Maximum loan: Up to 75% of valuation subject to a maximum of £300,000



Income multiples: Up to 3.5 times principal income plus 1.25 times second income or three times joint



Conditions: Basic valuation fee refunded up to £400, available direct and
through intermediaries, available only for properties in England and Wales

Arrangement fee: £1,499

Redemption fee: 2% of the original loan in the first two years

Introducer’s fee: 0.3% of the original loan subject to a £1,000 maximum

Tel: 01623 676360

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