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REVEALED: The trick to pay LESS for your mortgage each month

Published on Saturday 18th of March 2017 09:01:00 AM in Daily Express

Home owners who have larger amounts of equity in a property are traditionally considered lower rid by lenders and rewarded with lower rates. But in certain cases applicants would be better off by opting for a higher Loan To Value (LTV) rate, according to Moneyfacts.co.uk. For ...

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