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HSBC 1.71% Fixed 63 LTV 60% mortgage

Full product details for the HSBC 1.71% Fixed 63 LTV 60%, including application criteria, rates, suitability, restrictions, incentives, facilities, fees & charges and equity release.

HSBC 1.71% Fixed 63 LTV 60% mortgage features & benefits

Maximum LTV 60%
Mortgage Type Fixed
Initial Rate APR 1.71%
Initial Rate Term 63 months
Initial Rate End Date 63
Maximum Loan £5000000
Minimum Loan £10000
Mortgage APR 3.2%
Available To Remortgage Yes
Available To Purchase Yes
Available To First Time Buyer Yes
Available To Help To Buy No
Repayment Acceptable Yes
Interest Only Acceptable No
Product Availability Direct
Minimum Deposit Required £0
Minimum Self Employed Accounts Years 2
Standard Variable Rate 3.94%
Cashback £0
Cashback Conditions -
Valuation Fee £0
Valuation Fee Conditions Free
Arrangement Fee £1250.00
Arrangement Fee Conditions Arrangement Fee can be added to loan provided normal lending limits are met
Booking Fee £249.00
Booking Fee Conditions Booking Fee cannot be added to loan
CHAPS Fee £30
Fees Total £1529.00
Early Repayment Charge Applies Yes
Early Repayment Charge Applies Until 31-May-2023
Early Repayment Charge 5.00% of loan amount redeemed to be paid until 31-May-2019; then 4.00% of loan amount redeemed to be paid until 31-May-2020; then 3.00% of loan amount redeemed to be paid until 31-May-2021; then 2.00% of loan amount redeemed to be paid until 31-May-2022; then 1.00% of loan amount redeemed to be paid until 31-May-2023
Buy To Let Minimum Percentage Rental Income 0%

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