Fixed-rate mortgages

Know what you’re going to pay each month with our fixed-rate mortgages. Our fixed-rate mortgages give you peace of mind that the rate you pay will stay the same each month until a set date, whatever happens to interest rates generally.

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Our fixed-rate mortgages

How a fixed-rate mortgage works

You can easily budget around your mortgage costs with a fixed-rate mortgage. Your rate will stay the same each month, whatever happens to interest rates generally, until a set date, usually two, three or five years ahead. Please check the date the rate tracks until as, depending on when your mortgages starts, it may not be exactly 2 years – it may be slightly more or slightly less.

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    Terms explained

    Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

    APR stands for Annual Percentage Rate and takes into account all the costs of a loan – giving you the overall cost for comparison. An APR is calculated in a standard way to allow you to compare different mortgage offers, including those from other lenders. The APR includes important factors such as:

    • the initial interest rate you must pay,
    • how you repay the loan,
    • the full length of the mortgage term,
    • frequency and timing of mortgage payments,
    • certain fees associated with the mortgage.

    It is important to remember that these APRs are calculated using average figures so each individual loan will have slightly different APR. The actual APR that will apply to your mortgage will be calculated when you get a personalised quote.

    Early repayment charge (ERC)

    A charge payable on certain types of loan if it is repaid or partly repaid within a certain period eg during a fixed-rate period or while a discount applies.

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    • Address details for the last 3 years. 
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          YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE