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Marsden Building Society five-year fixed

Marsden Building Society five-year fixed

Fixed term: Five years

Fixed rate: 5.69%

Minimum loan: £30,000

Maximum loan: Negotiable

Income multiples: 3 x principal or 2.5 x joint

Arrangement fee: £295

Redemption fee: 5% of outstanding balance in year one, 4% of outstanding balance in year two, 3% of outstanding balance in year three, 2% of outstanding balance in year four, 1% of outstanding balance in year five

Conditions: Up to 80% LTV

Introducer’s fee: £200

Tel: 01282 440500


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