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Southern Pacific discounts range by 1.25 per cent

Southern Pacific Mortgage Limited is offering a 1.25 per cent discount across its whole range of standard, buy to let and right to buy mortgage products, which include self certification options for both employed and self employed applicants up to 85 per cent loan to value.

Sales and marketing director John Prust says: “The mortgage market is very competitive at the moment and we are delighted to be able to offer this keenly priced discount to borrowers who, because of a non standard earnings profile or past history of credit problems, tend to be paying slightly higher rates than prime, full status borrowers. With the new discount, borrower are guaranteed cheaper rates for the next sixteen months.”

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