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New fixed loans from Chelsea Building Society

Chelsea Building Society has announced the launch of two fixed rate mortgages available from August 31.

The first will be capped at 2.99 per cent for two years and the other fixed at 4.69 per cent for three years. Both will revert to the Society&#39s standard variable rate following the fixed periods. The SVR is currently 5.69 per cent.

CBS public relations and corporate affairs controller Matthew Cape says: “These products further demonstrate the Chelsea&#39s commitment to offering a diverse range of very attractive mortgage products providing customer choice.”

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