55+ Mortgage product summary
What are our current interest rates and early repayment charges?
|Product option||2yr fixed||5yr fixed||2yr discount|
|Current interest rate||3.50% fixed
Your payments will not change during the first 2 years
Your payments will not change during the first 5 years
|3.35% variable – a discount of 1.1% to our SVR 4.45
Your payments may change at any time in line with changes to our SVR
|All product options revert to our current SVR at the end of the discount or fixed rate period.|
|Current SVR||Our SVR is currently 4.45% variable.|
This example is based on a £90,000 loan over a 20 year term at an initial rate of 3.90% fixed for 5 years. In this case, the product fee has been added to the loan, and the valuation and legal fees have been paid by Hodge Lifetime:
|Early repayment charge||
Year 1: 3%
Year 2: 3%
Year 1: 5%
Year 2: 4%
Year 3: 3%
Year 4: 2%
Year 5: 1%
Year 1: 3%
Year 2: 3%
What are the main features?
|Hodge Lifetime 55+ Mortgage|
|Mortgage type||Interest-only Mortgage|
|Loan purpose||House purchase, re-mortgage or raising capital.|
|Loan term||Minimum term: 5 years.
Maximum term: Up to youngest borrower’s 95th birthday.
|Loan repayment||Loan interest is payable on a monthly basis.
You must repay the loan capital at the end of the term.
|Acceptable repayment strategies||
You are permitted to combine more than 1 repayment strategy.
There remains a risk that, if your repayment strategy does not perform in line with your expectations, it may not be sufficient to clear your loan in full.
The loan must be affordable for the entire term.
If the loan term extends beyond your retirement date, this means you will need sufficient retirement income to continue to afford the loan.
|Minimum property value||£170,000|
|Maximum property value||£1,000,000
We may accept properties of more than £1 million on referral
|Maximum loan to value||60%|
|Overpayments||10% overpayment allowance available during the initial period|
|Location||England, Scotland and Wales|
|Buildings Insurance||You must keep your property insured during the term of the mortgage, but you do not have to buy this insurance through Hodge Lifetime.|
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