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Skipton Building Society – Mortgage range update

Skipton Building Society – Mortgage range update

Update: Fixed-rate period on 2-Year Fixed Rate at 5.99% extended to November 30, 2011, mortgages now available for new build flats to a maximum 75% LTV for residential purposes only, Let-to-buy now offered subject to borrower having at least 25% equity in property to be let and demonstrating ability to cover mortgage on let property and new purchase from income if necessary , lending limits increased to maximum 90% LTV for loans of £400,000 to £500,000 and maximum 80% LTV for loans of £500,000 to £750,000. Offer validity has been extended to six months from three months

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