Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter.
A mortgage of £86,150 payable over 20 years initially on a fixed rate of 3.79% until 28/02/2023 and then on our Standard Variable Rate, currently 5.24%, for the remaining 17 years, would require 36 payments of £518.66 followed by 204 payments of £577.74.
The total amount payable would be £136,938.72 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£49,356.72) plus product fee of (£999), valuation fee of (£160), legal fees to your solicitor of (£148), fees transfer fund (£25) and exit fee of (£100).
The overall cost for comparison is 4.9% APRC representative.
Other charges may be made in respect of mortgage services. See our Fees Guide for details.
This product accepts our non standard credit criteria click here for details
The charges below apply to any lump sum or full redemption repaid over 10% of the capital balance.
During the early repayment charge period lump sum overpayments up to 10% of the capital balance per annum may be made without attracting an early repayment charge. Should the total of lump sum overpayments exceed 10% within this period, the excess will attract an early repayment charge.
Once the early repayment charge period has ended overpayments can be made at any time.
If an overpayment of £500 or more is made, we will recalculate the monthly payment the following month.
The amount we lend will be based on our assessment of affordability. Income multiple cap is 4.5 x first income plus 3.5 x second income or 4 x the joint income.
This mortgage is available on a capital and interest repayment basis or interest only with a suitable repayment vehicle. Interest only is available only up to 75% LTV. Payments must be made monthly by direct debit.
We will carry out electronic verification to prove the applicant’s identity, but we may also ask for documentary evidence of identity. This can include the applicant’s latest mortgage statement, certified proof of residency or other loan or card statements.
References may be taken up and credit searches will be made. Cases may be declined due to previous adverse credit or information that is not disclosed on the application form.
The minimum age is 18 for all applicants. There is no maximum age however, all applicants must not have reached retirement during the term of the mortgage. Cases are considered on individual circumstances.
Minimum loan size £50,000.
Maximum loan size £500,000.
The maximum mortgage term is 40 years dependent on individual circumstances.
We recommend that the applicant has buildings insurance on the property. It is not a requirement to buy any insurance through Buckinghamshire Building Society.
This product is portable, meaning that if the applicant moves home they can take it with them, subject to our lending criteria at the time.
Standard construction houses or flats. For leasehold properties the Society requires a minimum unexpired period of 85 years at the time of purchase and at least 55 years unexpired lease remaining after the expected redemption date. Flats over 4 storeys may be considered on an individual basis but are not acceptable if they are local authority or ex-local authority.
We will lend on new build properties up to the maximum LTV of 80%. For new build properties the Society requires a minimum lease term of 125 years, a maximum starting ground rent of 0.1% of the property value and no unreasonable ground rent escalators or other event fees.
Interest is calculated daily on the balance outstanding and added to the account the following month.
Click to enter your activation key and choose from our latest member exclusive mortgage products. If you have any questions please check out our FAQ or contact us on 01494 879500
Our high level of service and flexible approach sets us apart. We accept applications via mortgage brokers and assess cases on an individual basis, with affordability being the key.
In order to apply for one of our mortgages you need to contact a mortgage broker. Mortgage Advice Bureau works with us to provide our customers with expert mortgage and protection advice. To find out more visit Mortgage Advice Bureau