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Part 1. the one with 6/1 adjustable rate at 5.8% with a 2/1 cap from calculations.
2. The last mortgage on the list
3.Interest rates on mortgages tend to be lower than any other form of
borrowing because the loan is secured against your property. This means
the bank or building society has the security that if it all goes wrong
and you can’t repay it there is still something valuable – your
property – to sell to pay back some if not all the mortgage.
rates on mortgages are constantly changing – over the years they’ve
been higher than 15% and lower than 2%. Fixed rate and tracker
mortgages tend to be the most popular, but there are also discount and
offset mortgages, plus products aimed at first time buyers and
landlords. Our guide on different types of mortgages explains these in
There are a number of government schemes available
to help people buy their first home such as Help to Buy, Funding for
Lending and NewBuy. Some shared-ownership schemes where you only buy
part of the property and rent on the proportion you don’t own yet are
run by the local council or housing trusts.
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