05 July 2017

TSB reduces five-year fixed rate for remortgage borrowers

TSB has reduced the interest rate by 0.10% on the five-year fixed rate at 60-75% LTV for residential remortgage borrowers.  This means the rate is now 1.79% with a £995 fee.
 
Roland McCormack, Mortgage Distribution Director, said: “The interest rate reduction on our five-year fixed rate remortgage product is a welcome step for those looking to fix their monthly payments for a longer period of time.  TSB is committed to helping people to borrow well and this rate reduction is an example of us doing exactly that.”
 
For a short period, TSB will not be offering some mortgages from its range, including its three-year fixed rate house purchase and ten-year fixed rate house purchase and remortgage products.
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Notes to editors

Rates effective from 5 July 2017

Remortgage 5 Year Fixed

LTV
Fee
Old Rate %
New Rate %
Rate Difference %
60-75%
£995
1.89
1.79
(0.10)

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