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Market Harborough Building Society 2 year discount

Discounted term: 2 years



Discount: 2.25%

Payable rate: 3.49%

Minimum loan: £35,000

Maximum loan: £400,000

Income multiples: Over 75% if valuation three times principal

incomce plus 2.5 times joint, under 75% of valuation three times

principal income plus 3.5 times joint

Arrangement fee: £295

Redemption fee: 6 months penalty interest in first 5 years, one

months notice or one months redemption interest thereafter

Conditions: max LTV 85%

Introducer&#39s fee: Standard £150, loans over £75,000 at no more than

75% of valuation – additional £75

Tel: 01858 435 716

 

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