GREEN BUILDLOAN EXCLUSIVE - Advance Stage Payment - Discount at 6.74%

No Early Repayment Charge & £1,000 Cashback

Product Overview

Initial variable rate for 2 years

1.95% discount off our Mortgage Variable Rate

6.74%

1.95% discount off our Mortgage Variable Rate

Maximum LTV

80%

The overall cost for comparison is

8.3%

APRC

Product Fee

£1500

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

PRODUCT CODE - GSB020

This is a 6.74% 2 year discounted variable rate mortgage.  A 20% deposit is required.

This product is only available for green self-build mortgages and is exclusive to BuildLoan.

No early repayment charge applies, and there are no restrictions on overpayments.

This product has a cashback feature of £1,000.

If the build completes within the initial 2 year period then the customer will be able to switch to one of the  Society's residential products.

The minimum loan amount is £50,000 and the maximum loan amount is £750,000.

The maximum term available is 40 years.

This mortgage has a £1,500 fee.

This product is an advance stage payment mortgage meaning funds are released at the start of each stage.

This product has a floor rate of 3.00%

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 discount rate for 2 years at 6.74% and then on a discount rate for 3 years at 6.75% and then on our Mortgage Variable Rate (MVR) of 8.69% (variable) for the remaining 20 years would require 24 monthly payments of £1,126.25, 36 monthly payments of £1,127.93 and 240 monthly payments of £1,452.10.

The total amount payable would be £616,564.16 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£615,619.16) an Application fee of £1500, a CHAPS Fee of £20.00, a Valuation fee of £305.00 and a Mortgage Discharge Fee of £120.00 and less £1000 cashback.

The overall cost for comparison is 8.3% APRC representative.

Please note the example above is for a house purchase on an interest only repayment basis.