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New flexible self-cert tracker by Pink

Pink Home Loans has launched a new residential mortgage funded by BM Solutions, offering a headline rate of 3.99 per cent.

The product tracks the Bank of England base rate minus 0.51 per cent for two years, followed by the base rate plus 1.25 per cent for the remaining term of the mortgage.

The product is available to first time buyers offering up to 90 per cent loan to value, and carries no redemption penalty after two years.

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