Everyday Mortgages covers the whole of the UK but some of the cities recently covered are; Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle & Nottingham.
Expert Mortgage Advice
Whether you are house hunting to move up the ladder or to downsize what mortgage to take might seem like an unwanted distraction. Your adviser can help you cut through the mass of information about which mortgage you should opt for and show you how to use a mortgage calculator to estimate the costs. The impartial advice you receive will help answer key questions like;
- How much deposit do I need?
- What is the most suitable product?
- What will my payments be?
- What happens when the deal ends?
- How long will the process take to complete?
Whatever the questions and whatever the scenario rest assured your adviser will always work in your best interest.
Your Home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
The guidance in this calculator is for illustration purposes only.
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Mortgage Product Types
A fixed rate is when the rate of interest your mortgage borrowing is calculated on will not move for a period of time. Usually 2-5 years. Longer terms may be available. A fixed rate provides security knowing your mortgage payments will not increase for a specified period of time.
However, the potential downside to a fixed rate is that if the base rate reduces during the fixed rate period you will not be able to benefit from reduced payments.
A tracker rate is when the rate of interest your mortgage borrowing is calculated on increases or decreases in line with a linked base rate. This will mean your payments could increase or decrease. Tracker rates provide more flexibility than fixed rates although borrowers must ensure they can afford their mortgages if the rate increases.
A capped rate is very similar to a tracker rate as the rate increases or decreases in line with the Bank of England Base Rate but will never exceed a specified top level – ‘the cap.’
The product is a niche product and is not always available.
A SVR mortgage is a loan at the lender’s normal mortgage rate – ie without any discounts or deals. It moves up and down at the lender’s discretion. This means your payments could increase or decrease.
A discount mortgage gives you a lower rate for an agreed period usually 1-5 years after which the rate will increase. A discount mortgage normally gives you a discount from the lenders Standard Variable Rate. This will mean your payments could increase or decrease. Borrowers must ensure they can afford their mortgage if the lender increases their Standard Variable Rate.
An offset mortgage allows your savings to work harder for you. It is a way to reduce the amount of interest calculated on your mortgage. For example if you have a mortgage of £100,000 and savings of £20,000, if you offset the savings you would only be charged mortgage interest on £80,000. This would either reduce your term or monthly payments. The £20,000 savings would generally still be accessible. The product to run alongside this type of mortgage would usually be a tracker rate although fixed rates are also available.
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