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Natwest launches new two-year fix remortgage deal

Natwest is launching a brand new remortgage deal to the intermediary market.

The range also has a 10 per cent overpayment option on every deal.

The new remortgage deal is a fees assisted two-year fixed at 5.59 per cent until August 31 2007. The deal comes witha free valuation, free legals when using the bank’s appointed solicitor and no remittance or reservation.

Director of mortgage sales Charles Haresnape says: “We are constantly looking to improve our mortgage range to enable our intermediary partners to offer appealing deals to many of their clients.”


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