Rate Switches

Here we review and list lenders offering rate switches for their existing customers.

Mortgage Product Transfers Explained: What Homeowners Need to Know

By |2024-02-16T15:16:54+00:00February 16, 2024|Mortgages, Product Transfers, Rate Switches|

Mortgage Product Transfers are transactions where borrowers move to a new deal rate with their existing lender without changing any other terms of the [...]

What Happens When my Fixed Rate Mortgage Ends?

By |2023-11-14T14:54:22+00:00November 14, 2023|Interest Only, Knowledge Mortgages, Mortgages, Product Transfers, Rate Switches|

Just like all other types of loans, mortgages carry an interest payment element charged by the lender for loaning a borrower money to buy a property. How much interest you are charged could vary depending on what type of product you have chosen from the lender.

Can you Rent to a Family Member with a BTL Mortgage?

By |2023-03-17T11:05:53+00:00March 16, 2023|Investment BTL Mortgages, Knowledge Mortgages, Loan to Values / Deposits, Mortgages, Mortgages for Different Properties, Product Transfers, Rate Switches, Remortgages|

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate on Buy to Let Mortgages  Buy-to-let mortgages have become a popular investment choice for property investors in [...]

What are Variable Rate Mortgages | All You Need to Know

By |2022-12-05T16:20:35+00:00December 4, 2022|Knowledge Mortgages, Loan to Values / Deposits, Mortgages, Product Transfers, Rate Switches, Remortgages|

You may have heard of different types of interest rates when it comes to mortgages such as fixed rate and variable rate. As the name suggests, fixed rate mortgages mean the interest rate you pay during the length of your deal is fixed at a set amount.

Leaving a fixed-rate mortgage early

By |2022-09-22T14:02:52+00:00July 11, 2022|Financial Advice, Knowledge Mortgages, Mortgage Process, Mortgage Rates, Mortgages, Product Transfers, Rate Switches|

Leaving a fixed-rate mortgage early You were undoubtedly over the moon to arrange your fixed-rate mortgage – for as long as your fixed-term lasts, [...]

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