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This is a mortgage rate where the interest rate is agreed at the start of the mortgage and will not change during the term of the fixed rate.
This means that you know exactly how much your monthly payment will be each month during the fixed rate period.
This is a variable rate mortgage where the interest rate is linked directly to the Bank of England Base Rate. Therefore, when the Base Rate changes, the rate on your tracker mortgage changes by the same amount.
For example, if the Base Rate increases by 0.25% then your mortgage payments will increase by 0.25%.
This is a type of loan where a maximum rate of interest is set at the start of the mortgage term. During the capped rate period the interest rate can fall below the capped rate but will never rise above it.
What this means for you the borrower is that you know how high the mortgage payments could rise but are guaranteed the rate will not go any higher, therefore making home loan budgeting easier.
A discounted rate mortgage offers you reduced repayments for a given term. This interest rate is discounted from the published lender standard variable rate, for an agreed period from the start of the mortgage.
What this means for you the borrower is that you are guaranteed to pay a set amount below the standard variable rate for the period of the discount. The standard rate can go up and down, but the discount amount remains fixed during the agreed period.
Standard Variable Rate
This rate can go down as well as up during the course of your mortgage and is usually determined by the lender. It is sometimes linked to the Bank of England Base Rate but not always.
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