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Mortgage Lenders Slash Their Rates In Growing Price War

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why the £200K mortgage example?

the average mortgage is under £140K

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2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Maximum LTV (See Important Note 4) 90% 90% 95% Pay rate(s) Until 30 June 2013 the rate is fixed at 5.69% Until 30 June 2013 the rate is fixed at 6.19% Until 31 May 2013 the rate is fixed at 6.49% For the remainder of the term of the mortgage, changing to BoEBR + 4.45% giving a current pay rate of 4.95% For the remainder of the term of the mortgage, changing to BoEBR + 4.45% giving a current pay rate of 4.95% For the remainder of the term of the mortgage, changing to BoEBR + 4.45% giving a current pay rate of 4.95% The overall cost for comparison is 5.2% APR 5.2% APR 5.3% APR Early repayment Charge (ERC) (See Important Note 2) 3% until 30 June 2013 3% until 30 June 2013 3% until 31 May 2013 Application fee (See Important Note 3) £195 £195 £195 Completion fee (See Important Note 3) None £800; None Notes This product is portable and available for purchases and remortgages through our branch network & Skipton Direct team This product is portable and available for purchases and remortgages through our branch network & Skipton Direct team This product is portable and available for purchases and remortgages through our branch network & Skipton Direct team Overpayments allowed up to 10% of original loan each year without an Early Repayment Charge (see important note 5) Yes, up to 30 June 2013 Yes, up to 30 June 2013 Yes, up to 31 May 2013 Max loan size £250,000 £250,000 £250,000 Features (See Important Note 1) - - -

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  • 312 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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