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Product launches of the week

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Scouring the web for the best new money deals can be time consuming. We gather a selection of the best launches from across the personal finance universe.


BM Solutions has launched two two-year fixed-rate remortgages at 60% loan-to-value with a rate of 3.59% and at 75% LTV with a rate of 4.19%.

Halifax Intermediaries has cut rates across its 75% LTV two-year fixed-rate and tracker ranges.

Coventry Intermediaries has announced the launch of a range of two, three and five-year fixed rate mortgages with rates starting at 2.79%.These include a three-year fixed-rate 65% LTV mortgage at 2.79% and a five-year fixed-rate 90% LTV mortgage at 4.75%. Both products come with a £199 booking fee.

Specialist lender Kensington has overhauled its Buy to Let mortgage range, cutting rates by up to 0.50%, reducing its Completion Fee to 2.00% and offering customers the choice between this or a flat Completion Fee of £1,999.


Three has launched a new ‘Feel at Home’ service, which allows its customers to use their existing call, text and data bundle while on holiday in seven other countries around the world.


Moneycorp has launched a new service offering free exchange rate protection. ‘Reserve & Collect’ allows customers to receive the most favourable rate on the day of collection, whether it is rate on the order day or the day of collection.

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