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*1.48% rate based on a property valued at £300,000 with a 25 year term and loan amount of £222,500. This fixed rate will last for two years after which the rate will be variable but will not go below 3.99%. If you apply for a mortgage and then it is declined due to adverse credit it may affect your credit report. All information gathered today is protected under the data protection act. We would like to make you aware that any undisclosed adverse finance may prevent the provider or broker in finding you a mortgage product.
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