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NatWest launches discount mortgage range

NatWest Mortgage Services has launched a range of discount rate mortgages exclusive to the intermediary market.


The range includes a two-year discount of 0.95 per cent until September 30, 2001 with a payable rate of 5.94 per cent. This loan has no early redemption penalties.


The range offers a number of one, two and three-year discount rates including cashbacks.


Loans are available up to 95 per cent loan to value for new mortgages and up to 90 per cent LTV for remortgages.

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