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New fixed rates from Yorkshire Building Society

Yorkshire Building Society is launching new two year fixed rate mortgages at 4.59 per cent with an application fee of £295 or 4.99 per cent with no application fee and cashback of £500.

Yorkshire is also offering five year fixed rate mortgages, at 5.34 per cent with an application fee off £295 or at 5.59 per cent with no application fee and £500 cashback. The current variable rate is 5.45 per cent.

The mortgages are available for loans up to 95 per cent loan to value and allow overpayments without penalty at any time.

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