20th February 2014
Fluctuations in mortgage rates are not uncommon, which means that it is crucial to stay on the ball and monitor these changes. This can be quite time consuming as there is a vast choice of mortgages and providers, each putting their own twist on the standard mortgage product.
A wide range of mortgage choice is beneficial in many ways but it means that if you are conducting your own mortgage searches, then you are at risk of missing out the product or offers that might be the perfect option for you, for example a Fixed rate Mortgage.
How can I benefit from a Fixed Rate Mortgage in Peterborough?
Many prospective mortgage candidates presume that committing yourself to a fixed rate mortgage will consequently mean that you are going to miss out on many of the competitive rates that may appear, whilst you’re still making repayments on your fixed rate mortgage scheme. If you share this mindset, you must consider that your financial situation is very different to the next person, meaning that a fixed rate mortgage might be your perfect solution and another person’s least favourable option. The benefits of a fixed rate mortgage will include:
- Knowing your monthly repayments are a fixed sum, which will greatly aid budgeting for your weekly spending.
- You are completely protected against any rises on rate because you’ve signed and agreed to a fixed rate mortgage contract which protects you from rate changes.
- If you opt for a long-term, fixed rate mortgage plan this will mean remortgaging can be set further in to the future, thus giving you longer to save for remortgaging fees.
Whether it’s a two year, three year or ten year fixed rate mortgage that you are interested in, it is very important to compare and explore every mortgage deal that is made available to you, as this will ensure that you are not missing out on your ideal fixed rate mortgage. Professional advice during your searches will mean that you cannot be tricked and there is no chance that you will misread the fine print.
So, if you are thinking about your mortgage or upcoming remortgage but haven’t yet considered a fixed rate mortgage scheme, then get in touch with The Mortgage Broker Protection Ltd. Their advice is without obligation and is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. They work for you and not the lender and always strive to keep your best interests at heart. So call today and see how you can benefit from their help and guidance.
Upon application a fee of up to £495 will be payable (typically £195)