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Nottingham Building Society three-year fixed rate

Nottingham Building Society three-year fixed rate

Fixed term: Three years (to May 31 2005)

Fixed rate: Loans of up to 75% – 5.29%. Loan of up to 90% – 5.44%. Loans of up to 95% – 5.64%

Minimum loan: £25,000

Maximum loan: £500,000

Income multiples: Three x principal income plus second or 2.5 times joint

Arrangement fee: £100

Redemption fee: If the loan is repayed or rearranged during the fixed rate term, an extra sum is payable equal to six months’ interest which is calculated at the fixed rate of interest

Conditions: None

Introducer’s fee: £300 commission for loans of £100,000 and over, £250 commission for loans from £75,000 – £99,999, £200 commission for loans from £60,000 – £74,999 and £150 commission for loans from £25,000 – £59,999

Tel: 0115 948 1444

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