2 year discount retirement purchase 75% LTV [OBD13]
Discounted until 31/10/2019.
Early Repayment Charges apply.
This product may be withdrawn at any time.
Product key features
Who's the product for?
Where your client is in receipt of private or company pension we will consider applications up to the 85th birthday of the oldest borrower, subject to a maximum 75% LTV. State pension will also be considered but only as a secondary income source.
Where the case is in joint names the clients must demonstrate the loan is affordable upon the death of either borrower. This can be established either by a transfer of pension rights or a specific life policy to clear the mortgage balance.
Independent legal advice must be taken by the non-borrower in all cases where the mortgage is to be in a single name and the property is occupied jointly.
Product related fees
There is an arrangement fee of £999. This fee can be paid up front by deducting the fee from the amount borrowed, or alternatively adding the fee to the mortgage amount.
There is a minimum mortgage amount of £50,000 and a maximum mortgage amount of £450,000.
We have a minimum property value of £75,000 which increases to £250,000 for properties located within the M25 corridor.
The maximum loan to value for this product is 75%.
Interest rate floor
The interest rate is floored and cannot reduce below 1.98%.
Mortgage repayment terms
A minimum mortgage term of 5 years applies. There is also a maximum term of 35 years.
Early Repayment Charges
Your client can overpay up to 10% of the original mortgage amount each year without charge. If they switch products or redeem their mortgage during the product term they will be subject to the full Early Repayment Charge.
The Early Repayment Charge reduces each year as follows:
- 2% of the amount repaid until 31/10/2018; then
- 1% of the amount repaid until 31/10/2019.
Need to speak to us?
- Help with your decision in principle
- Answer any queries
- Discuss our lending criteria
- Talk you through our affordability criteria
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.