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Standard sets up range of fixed loans

Standard Life Bank is launching a new range of fixed rate Freestyle mortgages with the first fixed until May 20, 2005 at 4.9 per cent on loans to value up to 90 per cent and 5.09 per cent on LTVs up to 95 per cent.

The second is fixed until October 15, 2007 at 5.09 per cent on LTVs up to 90 per cent and 5.29 per cent on LTVs up to 95 per cent.

The third rate is fixed until October 15, 2009 on LTVs up to 90 per cent and 5.89 per cent on LTVs up to 95 per cent.

The fourth is fixed until October 15, 2012 at 5.79 per cent on LTVs up to 90 per cent and 5.99 per cent on LTVs up to 95 per cent.

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