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Mortgage product
information.

Shared Ownership 2 Year Fixed Rate – for purchase, remortgage or staircasing up to 95% LTV

Mortgage details

Initial rate

5.60%

Rate Type

Fixed

Rate Term

2 year

APRC

8.0%

Standard rate

FIXED RATE of 5.60% until 31/10/2026 then reverting to 6.95% (Suffolk SVR minus 1.74%) until 31/01/2030 then changing to Suffolk Standard Variable Rate (currently 8.69%) for the remainder of the term

Fees

Application Fee:
£199

Completion Fee:
£999

Valuation Fee:
Free

CHAPS (Fee for transfer of funds to solicitor):
£35

For full details of our valuation fees, please contact us.

Maximum loan

£500,000

Maximum LTV

95%

Additional information

Fee free over-payments up to 50% of original loan. Early repayment charge of 3% applies until 31/10/2026.

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

For additional information on our mortgages, including outline lending criteria, information on valuation fees and more, take a look at our useful guide.

Representative example

A mortgage of £164,500.00 payable over 35 years initially on a fixed rate until 31/10/2026 at 5.60%, then on our Standard Variable Rate currently at 8.69% with a discount of 1.74%, giving a pay rate of 6.95% until 31/01/2030 (please note that the rate payable will never fall below 3%). This will be followed by our Standard Variable Rate currently at 8.69% for the remainder of the mortgage term. This would require 28 monthly payments of £899.82, followed by 39 monthly payments of £1,045.39, followed by 353 monthly payments of £1,233.50. The total amount payable would be £501,684.67 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£335,856.67), an application fee of £199, a completion fee of £999, a mortgage funds release fee of £35 and a mortgage exit fee of £95. The overall cost for comparison is 8.0% APRC representative.

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