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Westpac fixed rates brought into line with main rivals for 6mth and 1yr terms

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Westpac have ended their 6 month and 1 year year 'special' mortgage rates of 4.95%.

At the same time, Westpac have reduced their standard fixed rates for these terms as follows:

- 6 months fixed becomes 5.25%, down 0.15% from 5.40%.

- one year fixed becomes 5.25%, down 0.15% from 5.40%.

This brings them into line with ANZ, BNZ and Kiwibank.

TSB Bank is still offering 4.95% for a fixed 15 month term

All current mortgage rates are set out on our comprehensive mortgage rate page, here »

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