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Skipton BS withdraws SVR

Skipton Building Society is withdrawing its standard variable rate for new business with immediate effect.

In an email to brokers it says that only paper based applications will be accepted and must be with the Mortgage Service Centre in Skipton by close of business today.

It says that brokers should use guaranteed next day delivery as cases received after this time will be returned.

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