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Our Retirement mortgages are aimed to meet the unique needs of older borrowers that are either looking to release equity or move home. If necessary, the amount borrowed can be paid back from the sale of the property when the borrower dies or moves into alternative accommodation such as long term care. During the term of the mortgage the borrower is responsible for meeting the monthly payments which can be interest only or capital & interest repayment.

Important Things to Consider

Frequently Asked Questions

Initial Rate

An initial rate of 3.45% includes a 1.25% discount from our standard variable rate for 5 years followed by our standard variable rate for the remainder of the term, currently 4.70%.

Incentives

None

Early Repayment Charge

None.

Fees

No arrangement fee is payable.

A valuation fee is payable. This amount varies depending upon the value of the property. Click here for our latest valuation fee scale.

For a comprehensive list of other fees and charges that may apply to you as a mortgage customer, click here.

Eligibility

To qualify for this discounted product the borrower must have a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) registered with the Office of the Public Guardian. If you don’t have this then we have another product available with a reduced discount.

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Representative Example

A mortgage of £47,000 payable over 30 years on an initial rate of 3.45% which includes a 1.25% discount from our standard variable rate for 5 years and then on our standard variable rate, currently 4.70%, for the remaining 25 years would require 60 monthly interest payments of £135.13 and 300 monthly interest payments of £184.08.

The total amount payable would be £111,061.80 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£63,331.80) and valuation fee (£310), solicitor fees (£250), Funds Transfer Fee (£15) and a Mortgage Exit Fee (£155).

The overall cost for comparison is 4.5% APRC representative.