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2.99% reverting to 2.74% 2.8% Fixed to 31/05/2020 None £1,184.23 £347,940 Details...
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Representative Example: 39 monthly payments of £1184.23 and 261 monthly payments of £1155.65. Total interest of £97,810, valuation fees of £0 and product fees of £0.

2.99% for term 3.0% Discounted Variable for Term None £1,184.23 £355,719 Details...
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Representative Example: 300 monthly payments of £1184.23. Total interest of £105,269, valuation fees of £275 and product fees of £0.

2.99% for term 3.0% Discounted Variable for Term None £1,184.23 £355,719 Details...
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Representative Example: 300 monthly payments of £1184.23. Total interest of £105,269, valuation fees of £275 and product fees of £0.

3.04% reverting to 5.04% 4.7% Discounted Variable to 3 Years £1,200 £1,190.74 £423,947 Details...
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Representative Example: 36 monthly payments of £1190.74 and 264 monthly payments of £1437.18. Total interest of £172,282, valuation fees of £265 and product fees of £1200.

5.18% reverting to 5.48% 5.6% Fixed to 2 Years £1,298 £1,487.81 £459,770 Details...
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Representative Example: 24 monthly payments of £1487.81 and 276 monthly payments of £1529.51. Total interest of £207,852, valuation fees of £480 and product fees of £1298.

5.18% reverting to 5.48% 5.6% Fixed to 2 Years £1,298 £1,487.81 £459,770 Details...
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Representative Example: 24 monthly payments of £1487.81 and 276 monthly payments of £1529.51. Total interest of £207,852, valuation fees of £480 and product fees of £1298.

5.18% reverting to 5.48% 5.6% Fixed to 3 Years £1,298 £1,487.81 £458,895 Details...
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Representative Example: 36 monthly payments of £1487.81 and 264 monthly payments of £1528.09. Total interest of £206,977, valuation fees of £480 and product fees of £1298.

5.18% reverting to 5.48% 5.6% Fixed to 3 Years £1,298 £1,487.81 £458,895 Details...
0333 920 8356
Representative Example: 36 monthly payments of £1487.81 and 264 monthly payments of £1528.09. Total interest of £206,977, valuation fees of £480 and product fees of £1298.

5.28% reverting to 5.48% 5.6% Fixed to 5 Years £1,298 £1,502.55 £458,681 Details...
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Representative Example: 60 monthly payments of £1502.55 and 240 monthly payments of £1527.54. Total interest of £206,763, valuation fees of £480 and product fees of £1298.

5.28% reverting to 5.48% 5.6% Fixed to 5 Years £1,298 £1,502.55 £458,681 Details...
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Representative Example: 60 monthly payments of £1502.55 and 240 monthly payments of £1527.54. Total interest of £206,763, valuation fees of £480 and product fees of £1298.
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Credit will be secured by a mortgage on your property. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE. Written quotations are available from individual lenders. Loans are subject to status and valuation and are not available to persons under the age of 18. All rates are subject to change without notice. Please check all rates and terms with your lender or financial adviser before undertaking any borrowing.

 

What does LTV mean?

LTV stands for loan-to-value, which means the amount of loan you’re looking for in relation to the value of your property. It’s a percentage figure, used to reflect the percentage of the property that’s mortgaged and the amount that’s yours, otherwise known as your equity.

A mortgage at 100% LTV will mean you’ll have a loan that’s worth 100% of the value of your property – essentially, the whole property will be mortgaged, without you having any equity.

The LTV also determines the amount of deposit you’ll need (or vice versa).

If you apply for a 100% LTV mortgage you won’t be required to put anything down as a deposit, but if you were seeking a mortgage at a lower LTV, the requirements would change accordingly. For example, if you applied for a mortgage at 75% LTV, you’d need a deposit worth 25% of the property’s value. First-time buyers or those who haven’t been able to save typically seek higher-LTV mortgages.
 
 

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