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Unexpectedly, banks are suddenly wooing us with better deals - The Times

The TimesUnexpectedly, banks are suddenly wooing us with better dealsThe TimesBanks are reducing rates for fixed-rate home loans to attract customers rushing to get a mortgage before interest rates rise. Mortgage brokers say there has been a flurry of activity since Wednesday's vote on interest rates by the Bank of England's ...and more »22-06-2018

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Unexpectedly, banks are suddenly wooing us with better deals
The Times
Banks are reducing rates for fixed-rate home loans to attract customers rushing to get a mortgage before interest rates rise. Mortgage brokers say there has been a flurry of activity since Wednesday's vote on interest rates by the Bank of England's ...

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