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Heartland Bank releases NZ's first sub 2 per cent mortgage rate

New Zealand Herald Monday, 12 October 2020 ()
Heartland Bank releases NZ's first sub 2 per cent mortgage rateHeartland Bank has released the lowest home loan rate in New Zealand history. The bank today announced a one-year fixed loan rate at 1.99 per cent. To be eligible for Heartland Home Loans, customers must be refinancing or purchasing...
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