Representative Example: £150,000 mortgage over 25 years initially at 3.38% variable for 38 months reverting to 4.99% variable for term. 38 monthly payments of £741.32 and 262 monthly payments of £860.91. Total amount payable £254,153.58 includes loan amount, interest of £103,729, valuation fees of £250 and product fees of £0. The overall cost for comparison is 4.7% APRC representative.
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If you are buying a house for the first time, you may not have a lot of money to put down as a deposit, meaning the loan-to-value (LTV) you need may be quite high.
Our first time buyer mortgage best buys show the top discounted variable rate, variable rate tracker and fixed interest rate mortgages. These mortgages have been specially selected as they require low deposits of as little as 5% and high loan-to-value limits, typically between 80% up to as much as 95% of the purchase price.
Remember that the upside of securing a higher loan-to-value mortgage may have a downside of paying a higher interest rate throughout the fixed mortgage term.
It might also be worth looking at two year fixed rates, three year fixed rates, five year fixed rates or variable rates (including trackers).
However, if you can’t find a product that’s right for you don’t worry – you can use our quick and easy mortgage search to find exactly the mortgage deal you are looking for.
If you've already found your ideal first home and are ready to make an offer, our downloadable First Time Buyers' Guide - 'How to buy a house: making an offer to completion' will take you through the process of buying a property and identify where you can expect delays and why. To view and save this document you will require a PDF reader such as Adobe Reader or an app such as Kdan Mobile PDF reader iPhone/iPad edition.
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