A fixed rate is an interest rate that is predetermined up front by the mortgage lender and is fixed for either 2, 3, 5 or 10 years (most commonly 2 or 5 years). The benefit of a fixed rate mortgage is that it won’t change during the period it is fixed so you know exactly how much you will be paying back to the lender every month by way of mortgage repayments.
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YES - If you'd like to potentially reduce your monthly mortgage repayments.
YES - If you don't want to slip onto a more expensive standard variable interest rate.
YES - If you'd like to see if there is a lower interest rate available from another lender.
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Mortgage Advice Eastleigh
The brokers at Ask About Mortgages are very familiar with the old railway town of Eastleigh. Director and broker, Matthew Southey previously worked managing an estate agency for a corporate chain in Market Street and has experience with property in both the mid and high end markets. He's also spent leisure time both coaching and playing for Stoneham Rugby Club at the U... Read more
If you've never used a mortgage broker you're probably thinking - why use a mortgage broker?Ask About Mortgages is a 'whole of market' mortgage broker which means we can compare rates and products across the whole of the market for you. Our panel of lenders, the most recent additions being Sainsbury's bank and the Post Office give our brokers access to 1000's of mortgage products.
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The ever growing panel of lenders available to clients of Ask About Mortgages now includes Sainsbury's bank. Sainbury's is just one of the 60 lenders on the panel who include banks, building societies and specialist lenders.
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