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Mortgage Next launches new Bristol & West funded product

Network Mortgage Next has launched a new mortgage funded by Bristol & West with a two year, two per cent discount off the lender&#39s standard variable rate. This gives a current rate of 3.95 per cent.

It pays a procuration fee of 0.3 per cent with a minimum fee of £300 and is available on loans to value up to 95 per cent.

There is no arrangement fee, the minimum loan is £100,000 and the maximum is £999,999. A free mortgage valuation report is available for properties valued up to £750,000.

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