Portman revises its range of fixed rates

Botbol, Nicolette
November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/27/2006, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports that Portman has revamped its fixed rate mortgage range. The company is now offering borrowers a fixed rate of 4.99 percent for two, three, and five year terms. This offering is for a limited time only and will be available for brokers and direct via the company's different branches.


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