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Pink Home Loans – 6.99 Per Cent 3 Year Fixed 100 Per Cent

Tuesday, 7th November 2000.



Fixed term: Three years.




Fixed rate: 6.99 per cent.




Minimum loan: £40,000.




Maximum loan: Up to 100 per cent of valuation subject to a maximum of £250,000.




Income multiples: 3.25 times principal income plus second or 2.75 times joint.




Arrangement fee: £325.




Redemption fee: Three months&#39 interest in first three years.




Conditions: None.




Introducer&#39s fee: £150.




Tel: 01543 441530.


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