Guernsey Base Rate Tracker Mortgage

Take advantage of our attractive Base Rate Tracker mortgage

This mortgage is guaranteed to track the Bank of England Base Rate for three years (with a Base Rate floor of 0.25%).

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Product FeaturesLTVPay RateAPRProduct FeesApplication FeeEarly Repayment Charges

Guaranteed to track the Bank of
England Base Rate for three years
(with a Base Rate
floor of 0.25%).                                                            

Up to 70%

1.74%
(Base
+1.49%)

4.2%All products Fee Free*

£1,499 for purchases and remortgages.

 

£500 for further advances 

 

(includes the cost of a single standard valuation)

3% until 
end of tracker term
70.1% to 80%2.49%
(Base
+2.24%)
4.4%
80.1% to 85%2.99%
(Base
+2.74%)
4.5%
85.1% to 90%3.99%
(Base
+3.74%)
4.8%

With effect from 5 June 2017

*Limited time offer

Information

The minimum loan size is £100,000 and the maximum loan to any individual, together with connected persons is £1.5 million.

Following the tracker period the interest rate will revert to our Standard Variable Rate. Our Jersey and Guernsey mortgage products are portable and if you move house can be applied to your new property (subject to it meeting our criteria).

Interest is calculated on a daily basis and monthly payments must be made in arrears by direct debit on the first working day of each month. As with all mortgages, if the mortgage is repaid after the end of tracker period, interest to the date of redemption will be payable.

Product fees are non-refundable and must be paid on application. Our mortgage products can be withdrawn at very short notice.

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* Skipton International will arrange a single standard mortgage valuation only. Should the applicant require a Homebuyers Report in addition to a standard valuation, the additional cost of the Homebuyers Report will be payable by the applicant, who will be put in touch with the relevant surveyor.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.