Published 8th February 2018
Are you Looking for a Mortgage of £100k?
Thinking about choosing the best option for you when taking out a loan can be a real pain. There are a number of terms and conditions that can alter your repayments. For a value of £100,000 having a higher interest rate may increase your monthly payments considerably in comparison to a mortgage with a 1% rate. Therefore it would be most appropriate to see how these rates change.
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So you are probably thinking 'what are the repayments on a £100 000 mortgage?', there is no need to worry as we have created repayment tables showing all the costs required at interest rates from 1% to 5%. included into the calculations, we have also included various repayment term lengths, from 15 to 30 years.
All in £1000 increments, the tables can therefore give us a bit more detail on some of the routes we can take.
1% Repayment Rate
2% Repayment Rate
3% Repayment Rate
4% Repayment Rate
5% Repayment Rate
Where do I go from here?
Now that we know some of the costs that you may have to pay out when taking on a £100k mortgage, it is time to see which firms can provide the best rates for a £100 000 loan.
To be able to do this sufficiently, we would be required to carry out extensive research into companies to find where to go. This would be an extremely long process, that is why here at onlinemortgageadvisor.co.uk, we have a live online sourcing system which can find the most appropriate results in an instance. Easy as it seems, all that you have to do is enter the mortgage value you are looking to take on. After you have done this it is just a matter of filling out some basic information to specify in more detail what you are after. One click of the search button and thee you have it, the best deals on the current market for you to choose from.
Found the mortgage package you are after? Simply pres the 'enquire' button and you will be taken straight to the application process.