You are here: Home - Mortgages -

Product launches of the week

0
Written by:
18/10/2013
New balance transfer card from Fluid; Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks cut mortgage rates; Virgin Money launch new fixed rate and savings account.

CREDIT CARD

Fluid, issued by MBNA, has introduced a new 0% balance transfer credit card. The 0% offer applies for 22 months on both balance transfers as well money transfers.

In addition to the low 0.75% fee, the Fluid card comes with a 12 month interest free period on balances transferred within the first 60 days.

This means that a balance of £1,000 would cost you £7.50. The card also comes with three months of no interest on purchases. Interest charge after the bonus period is 18.9%.

MORTGAGES

Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks have cut mortgage rates to 4.99% on their first-time buyer 95% LTV direct-only mortgages, in the first signs Help to Buy is driving down rates at 95% LTV.

Both brands are also introducing a new Loan-to-Value (LTV) tier at 90%, priced at 3.99%.

SAVINGS

Virgin Money has launched a new range of fixed rate savings accounts.

The new products include fixed rate savings bonds and cash ISAs that pay up to 2.75%.

The new savings bonds include a rate of 1.75% for a one-year fixed rate bond, 2.20% for its three-year fixed rate savings bond and 2.75% for its five-year bond.

Tagged:

Tag Box

There are 0 Comment(s)

If you wish to comment without signing in, click your cursor in the top box and tick the 'Sign in as a guest' box at the bottom.

The savings accounts paying the most interest

If one of your jobs this month is to get your finances in order, moving your savings to a higher paying deal i...

Coronavirus and your finances: what help can you get in the second lockdown?

News and updates on everything to do with coronavirus and your personal finances.

Everything you need to know about being furloughed

If you’ve been ‘furloughed’ by your company, here’s what it means…

What will happen if rates change

How your finances will be impacted by a rise in interest rates.

Regular Savings Calculator

Small regular contributions can build up nicely over time.

Online Savings Calculator

Work out how your online savings can build over time.

Having a baby and your finances: seven top tips

We’re guessing the Duchess of Cambridge won’t be fretting about maternity pay or whether she’ll still be...

Protecting family wealth: 10 tips for cutting inheritance tax

Inheritance tax - sometimes known as 'death tax' - can cause even more heartache for bereaved families. But th...

Travel insurance: Five tips to ensure a successful claim

Ahead of your summer holiday, it’s important to make sure you have the right level of travel cover or you co...

Money Tips of the Week

Read previous post:
HSBC ordered to pay out $2.5bn after losing lawsuit

HSBC has been ordered to pay out $2.46bn by a US court after it lost a class action lawsuit against...

Close