2 Year Discount at 1.49%

Product Overview

Initial variable rate for 2 years 1.49% 3.65% discount off our Mortgage Variable Rate, then changing to
The Society's Mortgage Variable Rate, currently 5.14% for the remaining term of the mortgage
The overall cost for comparison is 4.6% APRC
Product Fee £999

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

PRODUCT CODE - DS338

This is a 1.49% 2 year discounted variable rate mortgage. 

A 20% deposit is required.

This mortgage is available for both house purchase and remortgages on a capital and interest basis. 

A free legal and valuation package is available for standard remortgages in England and Wales with a contribution towards legal fees in Scotland. For purchases fees are payable the applicant.

An early repayment charge will apply if you repay all or part of your mortgage within the first 2 years. This charge will be applied on a sliding scale of 3% in the first year and 2% in the second year. However a maximum of 10% overpayment is allowed in each 12 month anniversary period within the first 2 years.

The minimum loan amount is £30,000 and the maximum loan amount is £800,000.

The maximum term available is 40 years.

This mortgage has a £999 fee which can be added to the mortgage or paid up front. 

This product has a floor rate.

There may be other fees and charges when taking out a mortgage with us – please see mortgage fees and charges for more information

Representative Example

A mortgage of £200,000 payable over 25 years initially on a discounted rate for 2 years at 1.49% and then on our Mortgage Variable Rate (MVR) of 5.14% (variable) for the remaining 23 years would require 24 monthly payments of £803.00 and 276 monthly payments of £1,159.84.

The total amount payable would be £339,917.84 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£338,473.84) an Application fee of £999, a valuation fee of £305, a CHAPS Fee of £20 and a Mortgage Discharge Fee of £120.

The overall cost for comparison is  4.6% APRC representative.

Please note the example above is for a house purchase on a Capital and Interest repayment basis.