August 2006
Money Marketing;8/17/2006, p41
The article presents a list of mortgage companies and services offered in the market in Great Britain. Woolwich PLC offers a lifetime offset tracker mortgage with a base rate of 0.48 % above the Bank of England rate. The Leeds Building Society offers a three-year fixed-rate mortgage which ends till October 31,2009 carrying a rate of 4.49 %. The Mortgage Works company offers a two year fixed-rate buy-to-let mortgage having a fixed term until August 31,2008 and a fixed rate of 4.89 %.


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