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When you are a landlord with a mortgage, you are probably interested in paying for it as soon as possible. You want the best possible business, with low montly refunds. When you have a trade that is about to close, you can hedge ahead of the curve and a new interest up to 6 month before the end of the actual trade.
This means that for a 6-month term it is possible to sit on a new mortgage business that waits to enter as soon as the actual business ends. You can also save today's interest rates. So even if interest rates go up within the next 6 month, you may have your next mortgage agreement saved at today's low interest rates.
Blocking in your next mortgage agreement now, will provide home-owners with a peaceful mindset and skill to plan for the futures. When you have a mortgage loan that will expire within the next 6 month, speak to one of our mortgage consultants today about how to secure today's interest rates in case your mortgage loan runs out.
Just give us a call on 01604 877999 and one of our staff will be pleased to help you with your questions and help you safeguard your next mortgage business.
UK Halifax | Changeover to a new contract
When my business ends, what should I do? When your Halifax mortgage trade ends and you don't want to change to a new business, you don't have to do anything. You will be converted to one of our floating interest rates at the same time. Where do I know what the lender's floating interest will be at the end of my present business?
In your proposal you will receive information about the lender's floating interest rates at the end of your transaction. Usually this is the Halifax homeowner' s adjustable installment. Halifax Standard is no longer available, so if you decide to change your business, you can never return to Halifax Standard.
So when can I change dealers? If you are on one of our floating rates for lenders, you can rearrange to change to a new business. When your current business has more than 3 month to run, you can still change your business, but you may have to make prepayment fees.
Where do I know which business to do? Today's mortgage transactions are calculated on how much you have to pay in proportion to how much we think your real estate is valuable. When you review all of our transactions, there will be a max of two transactions that match your mortgage credit and your credit - usually a short-term transaction and a long-term transaction.
When you want to discuss your possibilities with a mortgage advisor, you can call us or make an appointment at one of our branches. It is a good idea to make sure that everyone called on the mortgage can participate in the date or call. Do I need to submit my application on-line?
So what happens when I make a new request? When you register on-line, you can review these documentation on-line and approve your new business on-line. Applicants who send their applications by telephone will be sent these materials by mail and e-mail (if you have provided an e-mail address).
When you are interested only in taking out loans and looking for a new business, you must have a reimbursement schedule and submit your application by telephone or at the store. Do I have to prepay fees for early repayments? You will find detailed information on any prepayment penalties you may incur and when they may be invoiced in your tender notice.
Once you have had your mortgage for one year, you will be informed of this in your financial statements or you can call us on 0345 850 3705. These waivers do not cover other operations that could give rise to a prepayment penalty, such as a flat-rate excess amount.
When your current business still has more than 3 month to run, you can still change your business, but the disclaimer would not be valid, so you may have to make prepayment for it. No attorneys' costs or valuations are necessary, but a mortgage transaction charge may be levied for a specific mortgage-provider.
You need to view our latest offers to find out all the sophistication. Is it possible to lend more or make changes to my mortgage at the same moment?