Complete the information in each row. If you are not sure what each column means, see the associated numbers below the calculator.
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Optional: Click on the Cost of Mortgage Amount to see a breakdown of how the total amount payable is calculated. This is particularly useful if you intend to remortgage after the product term (The tie in period) has elapsed.
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Mortgage Comparison Guide
Mortgage Lender: The name of the company who provides the mortgage
Mortgage Fee: The fee that is charged for setting up the mortgage
Intro. Rate: The introductory interest rate offered with the mortgage
Intro. Term: The term (time, in months) that the introductory offer lasts for
Standard Rate: The standard interest rate applied against the mortgage
Product Term: The term (time, in months) that you are tied into the mortgage product
Mortgage Term: term (time, in months) that the mortgage is taken over, this is typically 25 years
Initial Monthly Payments: The amount that your monthly mortgage repayments will be during the introductory/discount period
Standard Monthly Payments: The amount that your monthly mortgage repayments will be after the introductory/discount period
Cost of Mortgage: The total cost of your mortgage across the mortgage term