For those who have purchased a property and may be wondering what a change in interest rate will have on their mortgage repayments, the handy calculator below can provide a good estimate of how much more or less you may pay in the event that interest rates do rise or fall.
Fixed rate mortgages usually mean there will be no change to your payments even in the event of a base interest rate rise or fall. You can find out more information and advice on whether it is worth taking up a fixed rate mortgage or going ahead with a variable rate. Speak to L&C, the country’s leading fee free mortgage advice brokers on 0800 073 1951.
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Finding the right mortgage and moving house can feel both time-consuming and daunting. Especially when there are so many options and decisions to be made. That’s why L&C do all the hard work for you. They’ll search for great deals across the market, and as the UK’s leading fee free mortgage broker, they won’t charge you a penny. Get in touch with one of their expert advisers and find the right mortgage for you.
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