This fixed rate mortgage could be available to you if you are buying your newly built home using the Government's Help to Buy Equity Loan Scheme.
Our five year fixed rate mortgage allows you to plan your finances safe in the knowledge that your repayments will not be affected by changes in the interest rate until 31 May 2023. If you pay off your mortgage during this time, you will pay an early repayment charge of 3% of the outstanding balance.
The Society will make a one-off contribution towards the cost of the basic valuation. The maximum contribution will be £300.00 and the actual amount depends on the value of the property. And because you never know when you might want to, you can make one lump sum repayment of 10% off your mortgage during the fixed rate period.
If you think this fixed rate mortgage could be for you, carry on reading for more information.
Free basic valuation on properties valued up to £300,000.
£499 Product Fee.
£120 Account Fee.
Capital and Interest Repayment Only basis.
One lump sum repayment of up to 10% within the fixed rate period.
Up to 75% LTV.
You can use up to a further 20% from the Government’s Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme.
The maximum contribution towards a standard valuation will be £300.00 and the actual amount depends on the value of the property.
No compulsary insurances.
Home mover/ remortgage (moving mortgage from another lender). Mortgaged property is your permanent home. Equity loans are available to first time buyers as well as homeowners looking to move.
This mortgage is only available to applicants purchasing a new build property via the Help to Buy scheme in England and Wales via one of our branches or an intermediary. It is not available for the London Help to Buy scheme.
The home you want to buy must be newly built with a price tag of up to £600,000. You won’t be able to sublet this home or enter a part exchange deal on your old home. You must not own any other property at the time you buy your new home with a Help to Buy: Equity Loan.
Darlington Building Society are required to provide you with Standard Information which is a representative of the current mortgage, which is set out below:
If all or part of your income is in a currency other than Pound Sterling (£), you should be aware about the risks of fluctuations in currency exchange rates. If the value of the relevant currency moves against you by at least 20% then that may make it more difficult for you to afford your mortgage payments.
The Representative Example is based on mortgages sold between 31/12/2015 – 31/12/2016 and if you were to take your mortgage product as at 01/02/2018.
All above information is for illustration purposes only and may vary depending on personal circumstances.
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