HSBC launches 'all-time low' 1.49% mortgage


HSBC has launched the lowest ever fixed rate mortgage seen in the UK mortgage market with a 1.49% headline rate product.

The direct-only lender will offer the two-year fixed rate product with a fee of £1,999 for borrowers with a deposit of 60%. This product undercuts the products offered by Chelsea Building Society and Yorkshire Building Society, which stand at 1.64% and 1.66% respectively. Other products launched by the lender include a 1.69% two-year discount with a £1,499 fee and a 2.19% lifetime tracker with £1,999 fee, both available up to 60% loan-to-value (LTV). For those with smaller deposits, the lender will also offer a 3.59% two-year fix and a 3.99% lifetime tracker with fees of £1,499 and...

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