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Reliance Bank logo
3.50% Fixed to 30/11/2024 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 3.50%
Monthly cost £751 for 25 months
Overall cost 4.5% APRC
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Hanley Economic BS logo
3.69% Fixed to 27/12/2023 From Hanley Economic BS
Initial rate 3.69%
Monthly cost £766 for 13 months
Overall cost 5.7% APRC
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Molo Finance logo
3.95% Fixed From Molo Finance
Initial rate 3.95%
Monthly cost £788 for 0 months
Overall cost 4.1% APRC
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Reliance Bank logo
3.99% Fixed to 30/11/2024 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 3.99%
Monthly cost £791 for 25 months
Overall cost 4.6% APRC
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Reliance Bank logo
3.99% Fixed to 30/11/2027 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 3.99%
Monthly cost £791 for 61 months
Overall cost 4.5% APRC
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Reliance Bank logo
3.99% Fixed to 30/11/2027 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 3.99%
Monthly cost £791 for 61 months
Overall cost 4.5% APRC
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Molo Finance logo
4.05% Fixed From Molo Finance
Initial rate 4.05%
Monthly cost £796 for 0 months
Overall cost 4.2% APRC
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Darlington BS logo
4.09% Fixed to 30/09/2027 From Darlington BS
Initial rate 4.09%
Monthly cost £799 for 59 months
Overall cost 5.2% APRC
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Reliance Bank logo
4.09% Fixed to 30/11/2027 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 4.09%
Monthly cost £799 for 61 months
Overall cost 4.5% APRC
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Reliance Bank logo
4.09% Fixed to 30/11/2027 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 4.09%
Monthly cost £799 for 61 months
Overall cost 4.5% APRC
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How To Get A 5 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

With uncertainty over interest rates many people are opting for a 5 year fixed rate mortgage.

The good news is that 5 year rates are currently very competitive. Reasons why people are moving to 5 year fixed terms include:

  • Certainty - By locking into a 5 year fixed rate you get peace of mind that your monthly repayments will not change.
  • Low rates - 5 year fixed rates are as low now as they have been for a very long time. Many homeowners are taking the view that now is a good time to lock in.
  • Interest only options - Some lenders are offering 5 year fixed terms on an interest only or part and part basis. This type of arranagement is offered by some lenders if the loan to value (LTV) is lower than a set percentage of the value of the property you are mortgaging.This is typically 75% LTV or less. There are a few lenders that will go up to 85% LTV but you will need to speak to our independent mortgage team to access these rates. Some lenders will require a part interest and part capital repayment strategy for any borrowing over a set limit e.g. 60%. So if you have a 25% equity in your property, a lender may require that 15% of borrowing is on a part and part basis with 60% fully on an interest only basis.

 

Remortgaging your home is simple and if you are a homeowner with a mortgage it makes a lot of sense to review your monthly payments.


Why do people Choose a 5 year fixed mortgage?

The main reason is to keep monthly costs to a minimum. 

1. Has your initial mortgage deal come to an end?

By switching to a better deal with a different mortgage provider, a 5 year fixed rate mortgage could potentially allow you to benefit from lower interest rates and lower monthly mortgage repayments. If your current mortgage deal has come to an end, you may find a new 5 year fixed rate gives you a lower monthly repayment than you were paying previously.

2. Are you looking to raise money?

By remortgaging you may be able to releasing equity in your home.

People often remortgage to provide money for:

  • Home improvements
  • New Kitchen
  • New En-suite bathroom
  • Consolidate other existing debts.

Remortgaging can be a good low cost way of paying for your new home project.

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