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Record low rate signals mortgage battle

Published on Friday 21st of April 2017 09:48:53 AM in BBC

A record low mortgage rate is the latest sign of lenders battling for new custom, but experts say the small print of deals requires careful examination.The Yorkshire Building Society, the UK's second largest mutual, has launched a mortgage at a rate of 0.89%.Experts point to the ...

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