Funds are released after each build stage has been completed.
|Loan to Value (LTV)||A variable rate with a 0.40% discount off our standard variable rate (SVR) for 3 years||Then changing to our SVR for rest of mortgage term, currently||The overall cost for comparison is||Product Fees|
Based on a £150,000 mortgage, secured by first charge on your main residential property, repaid on an interest only basis over a 25 year term: 36 monthly payments at a variable rate of 4.59%, (£573.75) £20,655. 264 monthly payments at standard variable rate (currently 4.99%), (£623.75) £164,670. Valuation fee on property of £430,000, payable when you apply £410 (scale applies). Application fee payable when you apply £500. Completion fee 0.50% of the loan amount payable at time of legal completion £750. Reinspection fee of £80 required for each stage release £320. Title Insurance fee payable at the start of the mortgage £78.40. Telegraphic Transfer fee £25 payable at each stage release £100. Solicitors fees payable to your conveyancer (estimated) £360. Mortgage Discharge Fee payable at the end of your mortgage £150. Loan amount payable at the end of your mortgage £150,000. Total Amount Payable £337,993.40
Modern Methods of Construction
The following modern methods of construction property types and cladding systems will be considered for self build lending, subject to satisfactory insurance and new build warranty, along with a full assessment of the demand and future salability:
Product Code: SB 038
It’s a good idea to know approximately how much you’ll have to spend before you start house hunting. The Melton’s mortgage advisors will help work out an affordability budget with you to give you an indication of how much you may be able to borrow.
Opening a savings account can be a good way to save up for your deposit. Take a look at our range of savings accounts.
Make friends with the agents. Calling and visiting your estate agents regularly will help ensure you’re the first to know when a hot new property hits the market.
Put aside a whole day, and do a number of viewings (six is the suggested maximum). Go on a weekday if you can – estate agents will give you more time than at the weekend.
Take your own pictures. These are much more useful than glossy agents’ shots. Film your visits on your phone, too. That way, you have something to refer back to.
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