fix and flex 5 year fixed 10 year term no fees @ TSB
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fix and flex 5 year fixed 10 year term no fees @ TSB

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Found 8th Jan 2015
Might be useful for people who think % rates might go up, if you move your mortage to TSB no fees plus 500 cash back fixed from 3.49% upwards depending on ltv

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    Hot!...Someone told me about this deal today aswell...i thought it sounded good.
    Why cold seems pretty good to me
    Base rate still 0.5%
    But you can guarantee after general elections this will start to creep up.
    I know BOE are the ones deciding and advising but it's a long time coming.
    But anyone who is coming out of a fixed deal now has missed the low times and a low long term fixed deal is something to mull over.
    Nice post OP
    Voted HOT
    I'm on a lifetime 2.39% above base. So I think I will stick through the elections as if I moved I would want a longer term than 5 years. Don't want to product hop but may have to if rates increase
    Dwatkeys83

    Base rate still 0.5%But you can guarantee after general elections this … Base rate still 0.5%But you can guarantee after general elections this will start to creep up.I know BOE are the ones deciding and advising but it's a long time coming. But anyone who is coming out of a fixed deal now has missed the low times and a low long term fixed deal is something to mull over.Nice post OPVoted HOT


    mjcunningham73

    Why cold seems pretty good to me



    Wouldn't say anyone coming off a cheap rate has missed the low times plenty of low fixed out there at the moment and a 10 year rate of 2.9% grated with the fee but you need to do the maths which probably beats this. Some very low 2 year fixed at the moment have just been released which seems to suggest the banks think it's going to be low still for a while, most think through 2015 at least.
    Original Poster
    The great thing with this after 5 years you can change the deal with no exit fees if you can find a better deal if rates have gone up you can stay on the rate for the extra 5 years
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