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Scottish Building Society launch discounted rate mortgage


Scottish Building Society has launched a free mortgage indemnity guarantee discounted rate mortgage.


The mortgage offers a discount of 1 per cent on its current base rate of 6.75 per cent, for four years.


Loans are available up to 90 per cent of valuation subject to a maximum of £150,000.


Redemption penalties are 4 per cent of the loan in the first five years in addition to the society&#39s standard redemption fee of two months&#39 interest in first three years followed by one months&#39 interest in years four and five.


Loans include free unemployment cover. While procuration fees are negotiable with the lender.

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