Retirement Mortgage product summary
What are the main features?
|Hodge Lifetime Retirement Mortgage|
|Mortgage type||Lifetime Mortgage|
|Product benefit||To provide a tax free cash lump sum.|
|Affordability assessment||Loan interest is repaid on a monthly basis. The loan must be affordable based on your current or projected pension income.|
|Current monthly interest rate||3.79% fixed for 5 years, reverting to SVR thereafter.|
|Current Standard Variable Rate ("SVR")||3.95% variable|
|Overall cost for comparison||
The actual rate available will depend on your circumstances. Ask for a personalised illustration.
Interest roll up option – When the youngest borrower reaches age 80, or after the 5th anniversary of taking out the loan (if later), you can choose to stop paying the interest on the mortgage, and add it to the loan instead.
Flexible Repayment Option - During the first five years, you are entitled to make overpayments of up to 10% of the initial loan amount each year without incurring any early repayment charges. If you repay more than 10%, early repayment charges apply on the whole amount repaid in that year. Any unused capacity cannot be carried over to future years. No early repayment charges apply after five years.
|No Negative Equity Guarantee (“NNEG”)||
Provided that you keep making interest payments when they are due, if the sales proceeds of your home are not sufficient to repay the amount we lent you, this will be covered by the No Negative Equity Guarantee and no further sum will be payable by You. If you exercise the Interest Roll-up Option, the interest added to the loan each month will also be covered by this guarantee.
|Minimum Property value||£100,000|
|Maximum property value||
We may accept properties of more than £1 million on referral
|Maximum Loan to value||
The actual loan amount will be determined based on an affordability assessment
|Early repayment charge||
|Location||England, Wales, mainland Scotland|
This is a lifetime mortgage. To understand the features and risks, ask for a personalised illustration.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.Next Page: Eligibility