Norwich Union offers 1.2% discount on self cert mortgage

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Norwich Union has launched a self-certification mortgage offering a 1.2% discount through Bank of...

Norwich Union has launched a self-certification mortgage offering a 1.2% discount through Bank of Scotland's subsidiary, The Mortgage Business. Available until October 2002, the discount is available to both salaried and self-employed applicants wishing to borrow up to 85% loan to value (LTV). Norwich Union's head of mortgage development Jon Round commented: "By building a strong working relationship with The Mortgage Business over a number of years, we are delighted to offer one of the lowest self-certification discounted rates available. "Not having the customary three years ...

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