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TSB cuts rates on high LTV deals

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07/06/2019
TSB Bank has amended its rates across its three-, five- and ten-year fixed products for purchases and remortgages.
TSB cuts rates on high LTV deals

 

The bank has cut its rates by up to 0.20 per cent across its three- and five-year fixed products for purchases, with loan to value (LTV) ranging between 90 and 95 per cent.

It is the latest to cut rates in the very competitive high-LTV space, which was emphasised by Moneyfacts research published earlier this year.

It has increased its ten-year fixed rates by up to 0.05 per cent for house purchase borrowers and remortgages, with five-year and ten-year early repayment charges and LTV ranging between 60 and 75 per cent.

Customers will also receive the option of £300 cashback and no free legal or free legals.

Nick Smith, TSB’s head of mortgages, said: “The interest rate reductions on our house purchase products offer customers with smaller deposits competitive rates and longer-term security on payments for three to five years.”

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