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Yorkshire BS launches 10% deposit mortgages

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01/10/2012
Accord Mortgages, the intermediary arm of Yorkshire Building Society, is expanding its range of homeloans for borrowers with smaller deposits.
Yorkshire BS launches 10% deposit mortgages

Accord launches eight new products today, 1 October, at 90% loan to value (LTV), including a number of products with incentives such as £250 cashback and free valuation.

The new products also include a two-year fixed rate mortgage at 4.99% and a three-year fixed rate mortgage at 5.09%.

Each is available at 90% LTV for house purchase and remortgage with a £995 fee.

“While some other lenders continue to focus on products at low LTVs, we want to continue to support customers across a broad range of mortgage needs,” said Accord Mortgages group intermediary product manager Steve McAvan.

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