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New two year tracker from Savills

Savills Private Finance has launched a two year tracker at Bank of
England base rate minus 0.2 per cent for the first year (current rate
3.55 per cent) and base rate minus 0.1 per cent for the second year.

Penalties are six months&#39 interest during the two year period,
minimum loan is £200,000 and there is no maximum loan. The
product is available to 95 per cent loan to value, and has a £395
arrangement fee.

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