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UCB cuts fixed rates

UCB Home Loans says it has launched its lowest ever fixed rates across its self-certification range of mortgages by reducing them all by 0.3 per cent.

Its two year fixed rate self-cert product has a rate of 5.29 per cent and its buy-to-let two year fix has a rate of 5.49 per cent.

UCB Home Loans managing director Charles Reed says: “These new rates are our lowest ever and offer those borrowers who are looking for the stability of a fixed rate mortgage a very competitive deal.”

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