More News
More News
Residential mortgages Buy-to-let mortgages Large mortgage loans Interest-only mortgages Professional mortgages Self-employed mortgages Private banks First-time buyers Remortgages Offset mortgages Bonus income mortgages Best buy mortgage rates Foreign income mortgage Equity release mortgages Older borrowers Large buy-to-let mortgages Bridging finance Life insurance and income protection policies Contractor mortgages Ex-pat mortgages Commercial mortgages Market-Matters Market Matters Archive Best-Buys Help to Buy Large loan remortgages Holiday let mortgages Help to Buy mortgage scheme Contractor mortgages Life assurance and protection
Show all
Show less

Mortgage lenders still offering sub-2% rates

Aaron Strutt Image

Many of the mortgage lenders are offering fantastically cheap rates and nearly 30 of them still have sub-2% deals available.

With the Funding for Lending Scheme being withdrawn for mortgages shortly, it is likely that many rates will increase over the coming weeks and months. Although, it is very difficult to predict exactly how much they will go up by.

Aaron Strutt, product manager at Trinity Financial, says: “Some of the mortgage lenders are telling us that it should be possible to remortgage before Christmas and we have already started to receive calls from clients asking us if we can reserve a rate for them.

“Scottish Widows is offering one of the lowest two-year fixed rate mortgages at 1.79% and it has a £1,499 fee. Borrowers will need a 40% deposit to access this rate and it has an APR of 4.1%.”

If you would like help to sure a best buy mortgage, call us on 020 7016 0790.

November 29, 2013

As seen in
sunday times telegraph financial times bbc news the express the times
Get Started

Get started today

Speak to one of our mortgage experts. Either book an appointment to come and see us, or request one of our experts to call you.

Book a Consultation Talk to an Expert