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New version of Britannic low-start loan

Britannic Money is launching a new version of its low start flexible mortgage with a current account option from day one, an initial rate of 3.89 per cent, no arrangement fee, £200 cashback and free MPPI cover for the first six months of the mortgage. Britannic hopes it will appeal to customers who have traditionally opted for the cheapest rates at the expense of flexibility.

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