Leeds Building Society has added new two-year fixed rate mortgage products to its range.
The building society claims that the new two-year fixed rate deals are among the lowest rates for this type of product available through intermediaries.
Highlights of the range include:
- 39% fixed up to and including 31st July 2020, up to 65% LTV
- 44% fixed up to and including 31st July 2020, up to 75% LTV
The products – available for home purchase or remortgage – include free standard valuation up to £999 and tapered early repayment charges during the fixed term.
“We listen and respond to borrower and broker feedback when developing products,” said Martese Carton, head of intermediary distribution at Leeds Building Society.
“…We expect these new additions to our fixed rate range to appeal to borrowers who want to keep down their monthly repayments while also benefiting from the security of payments offered by a fixed rate deal.”
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