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Skipton launches new mortgage range

Skipton Building Society has launched a new range of mortgages which includes a flexible three year fixed rate mortgage at 5.69 per cent, a flexible three year capped rate mortgage at an initial rate of 4.99 per cent (capped at 5.75%) and a flexible base rate tracker at an initial rate of 4.50 per cent.

All products are available at up to 95 per cent loan to value with free MIG up to 90 per cent. Early repayment charges, up to a maximum of five per cent of the original loan, apply on all products except the base rate tracker mortgage.

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