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Chelsea Building Society has launched a two-year tracker mortgage with an interest rate of less than 1% - making it the cheapest home loan on the market.
Fixed-rate mortgages have never been cheaper but don't let rock-bottom rates distract you from discovering hidden costs.
Home loans have never been cheaper but that's no excuse to ignore the fees.
The number of homeowners using equity release to pay off interest-only loans has tripled since the introduction of tougher mortgage rules last year.
Borrowing by first-time buyers in London fell 11% in the first three months of 2015 compared to the previous year, while the number of loans to first-time buyers in London fell by 14%.
Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) has launched the UK's cheapest-ever fixed-rate mortgage at 1.07% over two years, but it comes with one of the most expensive fees on the market.
The battle in the mortgage market has taken yet another turn today with the news the Co-op has launched a 1.09% two-year fixed-rate loan.
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