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Nationwide two-year fixed rate

Nationwide two-year fixed rate

Fixed term: Two years

Fixed rate: Up to 75% – 5.09%, 75-90% – 5.19%, 90-95%, 5.29%

Minimum loan: N/A

Maximum loan: £500,000. Larger loans subject to individual review

Income multiples: 3.5 times single

Arrangement fee: Non-refundable £150 reservation fee

Redemption fee: 2% of outstanding loan in first year, 1% in second. Allows repayment of up to £500 per month without fee.

Conditions: None

Introducer’s fee: Industry standard

Tel: Contact regional director

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