Mortgage of the week
Each week, lovemoney.com's resident mortgage broker Tim Wilson highlights his favourite mortgage of the week, and who it will appeal to.
- £999 Arrangement Fee
- Free Valuation for remortgages
- Free Legal service for remortgages
- Upto 60% loan to value
- Reverts to Natwests SVR currently 4.00%
Why this deal? Tim Wilson explains...
“If you like the stability a fixed rate gives you, but aren’t keen on tying yourself in for years on end then this may be the deal for you. It offers a very competitive fixed rate of interest at 2.55%, with the ability to be able to review your situation after two years. If you are remortgaging, providing you add the arrangement fee to the loan you won’t have to pay anything upfront as NatWest will pay for the valuation and legal fees.
It’s also worth noting that NatWest practices common sense lending, for example assessing income on affordability rather than just plain old income multiples. That coupled with a swift underwriting process makes this product mortgage of the week!”
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Finally, we tend to only give the initial rate of a deal in our articles, but any deal which lasts for a shorter period than your mortgage term may revert to the lender's standard variable rate or a tracker rate when the deal ends. Before you take out a deal, you should always try to find out from your lender what its standard variable rate is and how it will be determined in the future. Make sure you take all this information into account when comparing different deals.
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