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Coventry Building Society Mortgage 2.00 APRC 85% LTV

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I’m on the hunt for a first time buyers mortgage and this seemed like by far and the best deal I could find on the market. Their Flexx for Term mortgage is essentially, max 85% LTV at 1.89% with t…
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I’m on the hunt for a first time buyers mortgage and this seemed like by far and the best deal I could find on the market.

Their Flexx for Term mortgage is essentially, max 85% LTV at 1.89% with the APRC at 2.0% with no early repayment charge

I can’t see any introductory period or any other strings so I thought fellow UKHDealers could give it a review and let the rest of us know whether it really is as good a deal as it seems.

Thanks

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#1
Looks like there's a £999 Product Fee on that one. How does it compare with that on it?

Edited By: zerocrop on Nov 16, 2016 14:38
#2
Have a look at the hsbc fee saver mortgage, same rate and no fees or survey costs. I'm trying to arrange it at the moment.

It's a fixed rate for 2 years.

Edited By: Al666 on Nov 16, 2016 14:45
#3
Al666
Have a look at the hsbc fee saver mortgage, same rate and no fees or survey costs. I'm trying to arrange it at the moment.
It's a fixed rate for 2 years.
Which one? Remortgage, New Customer, First Time Buyer, Existing Customer Switching?
#4
zerocrop
Al666
Have a look at the hsbc fee saver mortgage, same rate and no fees or survey costs. I'm trying to arrange it at the moment.
It's a fixed rate for 2 years.
Which one? Remortgage, New Customer, First Time Buyer, Existing Customer Switching?

I don't know about the others but it's available for me and I'm a new customer and essentially a first time buyer too . .
#5
Al666
zerocrop
Al666
Have a look at the hsbc fee saver mortgage, same rate and no fees or survey costs. I'm trying to arrange it at the moment.
It's a fixed rate for 2 years.
Which one? Remortgage, New Customer, First Time Buyer, Existing Customer Switching?
I don't know about the others but it's available for me and I'm a new customer and essentially a first time buyer too . .
Nationwide look to be offering First Time Buyers a £500 inducement. And if you happen to have one of their many current accounts, and fulfil some funding criteria, you could get another £250.
#6
I'm not interested in inducements if the rate is higher and I end up paying arrangement fees etc. I'll have a look at their rates tho, thanks
#7
Al666
I'm not interested in inducements if the rate is higher and I end up paying arrangement fees etc. I'll have a look at their rates tho, thanks
Naturally, one needs to look at the whole package.
1 Like #8
Go and see a independent mortgage broker as there maybe better offers out there for you circumstances
#9
remember check Quidco and TCB for fee free cashback brokers. never ever pay broker fees
#10
always check cashback sites for brokers who split the commission
1 Like #11
Big fan of Coventry. Have a look at their offset mortgages too.
#12
any tips for buy to let with high LTV ?
#13
dimuc
any tips for buy to let with high LTV ?


What Loan to Value are you looking for on the BTL?

Edited By: Funghi on Nov 17, 2016 20:24: Typing error
#14
Are we saying this looks like a good deal then for a first time buyer? Most other options seem to be around the 3% APR mark. I suppose one thing to note is that it racks their own interest rate not BoE. They could theoretically increase it at any time.
#15
Al666
Have a look at the hsbc fee saver mortgage, same rate and no fees or survey costs. I'm trying to arrange it at the moment.
It's a fixed rate for 2 years.
Thus ones seems set indefinitely

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