September 2006
Money Marketing;9/21/2006, p55
The article offers information on the mortgages companies in Great Britain. Included are Cheltenham & Gloucester, which offers a three year fixed rate mortgage term with a fixed rate of 4.99 percent minimum and a lending amount of £100,000. Meanwhile Chelsea Building Society offers cashback plus fixed rate mortgage with term until November 11, 2011 and a minimum lending amount of £25,000.


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