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Nationwide launches new fixed and tracker mortgages

Nationwide has launched a new range of fixed and tracker mortgages.

The new range includes a two year fixed rate from 4.79 per cent, a three year fixed rate from 5.09 per cent and a five year fixed rate from 5.29 per cent.

Trackers available will be a two year tracker from 4.04 per cent, a three year tracker from 4.14 per cent and a five year tracker from 4.24 per cent.

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