If you've decided that a two-year term fixed rate mortgage is for you, there's still plenty of options to consider. Primarily; the mortgage rate. This is determined by the size and value of the property, as well as your credit score and the size of your deposit. Generally, the more money you can put down for a deposit, the better your mortgage rate will be, since you present less of a risk to the lender.
Keep an eye out for fees! Some of the lower priced two-year fixed rate mortgage rates may look very appealing, but they can come with an expensive arrangement fee, which can sometimes undo any benefit you would enjoy from the lower rate.
Fees and other charges. As always, read the small print! Always sit down and work out how much you will be charged at the beginning of your mortgage, and when your mortgage ends. It's also worth discovering how much you will be charged if you must cancel - even if you never do it, it's better to be prepared. Work out the full cost of your mortgage including all fees when you compare.