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Nationwide Building Society – Ten-Year Fixed Rate With Fee

Nationwide Building Society

Ten-Year Fixed Rate With Fee

Type: Flexible fixed-rate mortgage

Fixed term: 10 years

Fixed rate: Loans up to 95% of valuation, – loans up to 90% of valuation

Minimum loan: 1

Maximum loan: Up to 95% of valuation subject to a maximum of 200,000, up to 90% of valuation subject to a maximum of 500,000, up to 85% of valuation subject to a maximum of 1m, loans above 1m negotiable

Income multiples: Based on affordability

Conditions: Free valuation and legal fees for remortgages, remortgage available up to 90% of valuation

Flexible features: Overpayments up to 500 a month, underpayments, payment holidays, lump sum withdrawals, interest calculated daily

Arrangement fee: 399 plus 99 administration fee for remortgages

Redemption fee: 5% of mortgage balance in year one, 4.5% in year two, 4% in year three, 3.5% in year fur, 3% in year five, 2.5% in year six, 2% in year seven, 1.5% in year eight, 1% in year nine, 0.5% in year 10

Introducers fee: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 0800 302010

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