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Nationwide offer lowest ever fixed rates

Nationwide Building Society has announced new rates for its fixed rates mortgages. A two year fix starts at 4.29 per cent, a 3 year fix at 4.69 per cent and a 5 year fixed rate is available from 4.84 per cent.

The new rates, which the building society says are the lowest fixed rates it has ever offered, were made available on September 13. They are available to both existing and new borrowers and have flexibility to underpay and overpay.

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