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Nottingham BS temporarily withdraws from remortgages

Nottingham Building Society has announced that it has temporarily withdrawn from the remortgage market with immediate effect.

The society says this is a temporary measure as a result of its withdrawal of its 3 year discounted rate mortgage. It says that following this withdrawal it received an overwhelming number of applications, and is asking intermediaries using its service to contact their regional development managers for case updates.

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