Friday, June 14, 2013

Accord unveil 2-year fixes from 2.09%

Accord unveil 65% LTV products with 60% LTV rates

Accord Mortgages has revealed a new product series that will offer residential mortgages at competitive rates. The 65 per cent loan-to-value (LTV) mortgages will have rates from 2.09 per cent, all of which are on two-year fixed rates.

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3 thoughts on “Accord unveil 2-year fixes from 2.09%

  • All very well Accord offering a low headline rate but the reality is that they are one of the most “picky” lenders in the market place and they only deal via Brokers !

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  • 1. These aren’t the best rates out there for intergenerational debt dumping.

    2. What rate will you face in two years time? What can you afford? Work it out. Fix long or forget it.

    3. Don’t throw good money at bad housing.

    4. House prices are still going to crash nominally. Only, now, I can’t give a time line. Factor that in to your ‘aspirations’.

    5. Spam is very expensive these days.

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  • @ dill – very true it’s got to be a long term fix or frankly it isn’t worth it. Anyone with experience of dealing with Accord will tell you that the 2 year period is likely to be up before they produce the offer letter.They see asking for evidence of the qualifications of the person who prepared the accounts within a chartered accountancy firm as standard !

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