Coventry Building Society Mortgage 2.00 APRC 85% LTV
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Coventry Building Society Mortgage 2.00 APRC 85% LTV

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Found 16th Nov 2016
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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Looks like there's a £999 Product Fee on that one. How does it compare with that on it?
Edited by: "zerocrop" 16th Nov 2016

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" 16th Nov 2016

Al666

Have a look at the hsbc fee saver mortgage, same rate and no fees or … 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?

zerocrop

Which one? Remortgage, New Customer, First Time Buyer, Existing Customer … 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 . .

Al666

I don't know about the others but it's available for me and I'm a new … 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.

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

Al666

I'm not interested in inducements if the rate is higher and I end up … 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.

Go and see a independent mortgage broker as there maybe better offers out there for you circumstances

remember check Quidco and TCB for fee free cashback brokers. never ever pay broker fees

always check cashback sites for brokers who split the commission

Big fan of Coventry. Have a look at their offset mortgages too.

any tips for buy to let with high LTV ?

dimuc

any tips for buy to let with high LTV ?



What Loan to Value are you looking for on the BTL?
Edited by: "Funghi" 17th Nov 2016

Original Poster

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.

Original Poster

Al666

Have a look at the hsbc fee saver mortgage, same rate and no fees or … 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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