Representative Example: £150,000 mortgage over 25 years initially at 1.89% variable for 36 months reverting to 5.19% variable for term. 36 monthly payments of £627.78 and 264 monthly payments of £861.92. Total amount payable £250,291.96 includes loan amount, interest of £100,147, valuation fees of £0 and product fees of £0. The overall cost for comparison is 4.4% APRC representative.
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The interest rate payable on a discounted variable rate mortgage is less than the lenders’ standard variable rate (SVR) for a specified period of time.
Whilst discounted rates are less than SVRs, it is worth bearing in mind that their variable nature means your monthly repayment will change if the main SVR goes up or down.
If you’re looking to take your first step onto the property ladder, our first time buyer Best Buys also contain some discounted rates at higher loan-to-value tiers.
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