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Scarborough Building Society capped mortgage

Capped term: 5 years

Capped rate: 5.45%

Minimum loan: £25,001

Maximum loan: Up to 95% of valuation subject to maximum of

£250,000, negotiable beyond

Income multiples: 3 times principal income plus 2.5 times joint

Arrangement fee: £295

Redemption fee: 5% of advance for 5 years

Conditions: £250 moneyback

Introducer&#39s fee: Loans of £25,000 to £74,999 – £150, loans of

£75,000 to £149,999 – £175, loans of £150,000 and above –


Tel: 01723 368 155



NU takes 20% stakeholder share

Norwich Union claims it is now the leading provider of stakeholderpensions after taking a 20 per cent market share and sales of£119.1m in the eight months since the launch of the product.The company, which saw its new life and pension business shoot up by30 per cent last year to £1.3bn in equivalent premium incomefrom £976m, […]

Best UK all companies funds

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Scarborough Building Society – Bonus 75 Day Bond Issue Three

Thursday, January 31, 2002.Type: High interest account.Minimum-maximum investment: £5,000-£250,000.Interest rates: 4.45 per cent a month.Term: 15 months.Offer period: Until April 30, 2002.Withdrawal penalties: 60 days&#39 interest on amount withdrawn.Tel: 0845 4584458.

Norwich Union allows investors to prosper

Norwich Union has entered the guaranteed bond market with prosper, a guaranteed equity bond that has a four-year term.Prosper is linked to the FTSE 100, with the four-year investment term starting on March 5, 2002. Investments made before February 11 will receive a bonus of 0.35 per cent and those who invest between February 11 […]


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