Not only do you need to consider which mortgage is best for you, you also need to think about which interest rate options are most likely to suit your needs.
We understand how important a decision getting a mortgage is. It's not just about taking out a mortgage, it's getting the keys to your new home, improving the one you've already got or building up your property portfolio.
We will help you with your mortgage decisions and the application process every step of the way.
We are in a fortunate position to be able to offer you access to a comprehensive range of mortgage products across the market and a panel of well known insurers.
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There will be a fee for Mortgage advice. The minimum amount is £395, however depending on your circumstances a maximum amount up to 1% of the mortgage amount may be charged depending on individual circumstances (i.e. £1,000 on a £100,000 mortgage).
Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
How do I repay my Mortgage?
Mortgages should be straightforward - you borrow money to buy a house and pay interest on the loan. In a hugely competitive market, building societies and banks are continually updating and extending their range of mortgages.
The most important points are how you pay back the capital you borrow and how you pay the interest on it.
You can either pay the capital a little at a time as you go (repayment mortgage) or pay it all off at the end.
Paying back the capital on your mortgage
You can either pay a little at a time as you go (repayment mortgage) or pay it all at the end (interest only).
Each monthly payment pays off a little of the underlying debt, as well as interest on the loan. At the end of the repayment term providing all payments have been made in full and on time the mortgage will be repaid in full.
Interest only mortgages
With this type of mortgage, you pay-off the interest on the loan but not the capital. Then at the end of the mortgage term it is your responsibility to repay the capital.
Variable and fixed rate Mortgages
Variable rates on your loan, go up and down with according to changes in interest rates. Whereas with a fixed rate mortgage the interest rate is fixed for the period agreed.
Arrangement fees & early repayment charges may apply to certain types of mortgage.