With a fixed rate mortgage, the interest rate that you pay will stay the same throughout the deal period - which is typically between 2 and 5 years. With a fixed rate mortgage, you will have the security of knowing that your monthly payments won't change, even if interest rates rise.
To see our range of fixed rate mortgages, please click here
With a variable rate mortgage, the interest rate that you pay can go up or down at any time throughout your deal period. Variable rate mortgages often offer lower interest rates than fixed rate mortgages, but do not offer the security of knowing exactly how much your monthly mortgage payments will be.
To see our range of variable rate mortgages, please click here
We have a long history of supporting Help to Buy and offer our standard range of mortgages for those looking to remortgage through this government scheme.
To read more about Help to Buy, please click here
For more information on the remortgage options available to you, you can request a free copy of our mortgage guide - packed with useful tips and an overview of the remortgage process. Click here
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