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Mortgage offer for Barclays and Woolwich current account customers

Mortgage offer for Barclays and Woolwich current account customers Barclays and Woolwich are offering their current account holders a mortgage rate of 3.29 per cent, a 2.25 per cent discount for two years before reverting to the current standard variable rate – currently 5.54 per cent.

The offer comes with no application fee, early repayment penalty or mortgage indemnity premium and is available for advances up to 95 per cent loan to value.

Woolwich head of mortgages Andy Gray says: “With over 10 million customers baking with Barclays and Woolwich it makes sense for us to reward our existing customers with our most competitive rate.”

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