Mortgage Term Calculator
Find out How Much Increasing or Reducing Your Mortgage Term Will Cost
The reduced mortgage term calculator shows the effect that either increasing or decreasing your mortgage term will have on the monthly payments that need to be made, and how that will affect the amount paid overall. The slider control enables you to quickly see the affect that increasing or decreasing the term would have on payments. If you have any questions about the mortgage rates below please contact us with your mortgage queries.
Do you need independent mortgage term advice?
Once you compare the affect of the increase or decrease of yoyr mortgage term if you would like mortgage term advice, complete our mortgage enquiry form and we will contact you to discus your mortgage requirements. We normally do not charge a fee for mortgage advice, however this is dependent on your circumstances. Our typical fee would be £500.
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If you have had credit problems with defaults, CCJ's, mortgage arrears or Bankruptcies/IVA, we would recommend you do not use our mortgage quote tool. Each lender will have their own criteria depending on many factors, please complete our enquiry form and advisor will be able to look at your mortgage options for you.
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We normally do not charge a fee for mortgage advice, however this is dependent on your circumstances. Our typical fee would be £500