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NAB launches offset mortgage range through Clydesdale

National Australia Bank has increased its offering in the UK mortgage intermediary market by introducing a range of offset mortgages through Clydesdale Bank.

The new product features include availability as a tracker, fixed rate – including two and five year fixed rates – or buy-to-let. They give you flexible payment methods, including interest only, capital or part payments. Customers can switch packages for no extra valuation or legal fees, and all the products offer easy online management.

National Australia Banks general manager of third party distribution Dean Cutbill says: “The mortgage intermediary market is one of the Nationals key areas of growth in the UK and we are continuing to invest our capability to ensure that we are able to deliver sustainable growth.”

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