Lifetime Tracker Mortgage

New lifetime tracker from The Co-op

The Co-operative Bank launches lifetime tracker mortgages

The Co-operative Bank is set to introduce a new range of lifetime tracker mortgages tomorrow, in addition to reducing rates across its wider home loan range.

Homeowners face a dilemma over whether to track or fix

To track or to fix: How base rate affects your mortgage

Low interest rates make tracker mortgages excellent value but also offer excellent fixed rate deals. We explore the mortgage dilemma of when to track and when to fix.

What is the difference between a tracker and a lifetime tracker mortgage

What is the best choice? A lifetime tracker or a tracker mortgage

With base rate at 0.5 per cent and unlikely to change in the next 18 months, a tracker mortgage may be a good option but what is the difference between the two types?


Buy-to-let lifetime tracker mortgage at 6.24% from Leeds Building Society

Leeds Building Society has released a buy-to-let lifetime tracker mortgage charging 6.24%


Nationwide to charge new mortgage customers differently

From December 1st Nationwide Building Society will change its mortgage policy, seeing rates differ depending on whether you are a new or existing customer.

You can save enough to put a deposit on a holiday home by remortgaging

Remortgaging can fund holiday homes

Simply by taking out a new mortgage, homeowners can save enough money in two years to fund a deposit on a holiday home.


HSBC increases mortgage interest rates

HSBC has increased the mortgage interest rate it charges on many of its fixed, variable, and buy-to-let mortgages by 0.25 per cent.


Woolwich offers lifetime tracker mortgage at base rate +0.19%

Woolwich has re-launched its lifetime tracker mortgage fixed at 0.19 per cent above Bank of England base rate.


Nationwide Building Society increases mortgage rates

Nationwide Building Society has re-priced its fixed-rate mortgages after increases in swap rates, which banks use to set mortgage rates.

Mortgage payments could rise by £250 after today's interest rate hike [photo:Pixmedia]

How mortgage holders can beat the rate rise

Today the Bank of England raised interest rates, but savvy mortgage holders can still cut their repayments.

The Bank of England's MPC today kept interest rates on hold at 4.5 per cent - but will it last?

Interest rates to rise, but not yet

UK interest could be set to rise in the next year, but borrowers are still being advised to go for tracker mortgages over fixed-rate ones.


Lifetime tracker mortgages

A lifetime tracker mortgage guarantees that the monthly repayment costs will stay within a fixed percentage of the Bank of England base rate.

Most Britons do not know what tracker mortgages track

What do tracker mortgages track?

Most Britons do not know that the interest rates charged on a tracker rate mortgage are linked to the Bank of England's base rate.

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