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Principality Building Society – Fixed Rate Mortgage update

Principality Building Society – Fixed Rate Mortgage update

Update: Addition of 4.49% and 4.59% three-year fixed rates to 75% LTV with no arrangement fee, 4.99% three-year fixed rate to 85% LTV with £999 arrangement fee, 4.79% five-year fixed to 75% with £999 arrangement fee, 4.99% five-year fixed to 75% with no arrangement fee

Contact: www.principalitybrokerpoint.co.uk

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