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Loan claim: Yorkshire launches 10-year fixed mortgage

Yorkshire building society has launched a new fixed rate mortgage that will last for ten years.

Recent statistics show that fixed rate mortgages have been on the rise.

Some consumers find these deals preferable because they do not face increases on their mortgage expenses.

The downside to this, however, is that interest rates on mortgages are higher from the start. This could present financial trouble for certain groups, such as first time buyers.

Yet Yorkshire’s loan is advertised as one that should be more affordable for consumers.

The rate of this mortgage is set at 3.99 per cent.

This is because, recently, banks have been trying to tailor their loans so that they can be offered cheaper.

At the same time that Yorkshire launched this deal, Norwich & Peterborough announced a fixed rate mortgage at the same rate.

The release of these two new loans could be a sign that lenders are working to improve competition within the financial sector.

Amir Hussain

Amir specialises in personal loans, consumer debt and debt management.ADNFCR-2776-ID-801577991-ADNFCR

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