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TMO discount

The Mortgage Operation, discounted mortgage

Discounted term: 15 months

Discount: bank base rate plus 0.5% followed by bank base rate plus 1.2%

Payable rate: 4.5%

Minimum loan: £25,001

Maximum loan: 90% LTV to £250K, 80% LTV to £400K, 75% LTV to £500K

Income multiples: 3.5 +1 or 2.75 x joint

Arrangement fee: £299

Redemption fee: none for partial redemption, £100 discharge fee for full redemption

Conditions: none

Introducer&#39s fee: 0.5% of the loan size

Tel: 0207 571 2414

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