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Escape early repayment charges on your mortgage
Tuesday March 16, 2021

With many of us forgoing holidays and large items of expenditure this past year, there has been a growing trend towards paying off our mortgages quicker. In fact, 44% of Brits say they have overpaid on their mortgage during the Coronavirus crisis.[1] Most mainstream mortgages will allow overpayments of 10% per year without incurring early repayment charges (ERCs); however, we often arrange bespoke mortgages for clients which build in large, staged repayments – for instance if they are paid in bonuses or they’re repaying a property development loan and the repayment vehicle is the sale of properties, which happens in large tranches.

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There are myriad other reasons clients might look to avoid ERCs, and they’re generally tied to flexibility. In our recent case, our clients were looking for an £875,000 remortgage on their main home, valued at £1,475,000. The LTV was 60% which was achievable for our Associate Director Nigel Bedford. However, the main challenge came in finding a mortgage with no ERCs as our clients had an eye on carrying out significant home improvements within the next two years and would need a larger mortgage to fund the works. Therefore, they did not want to get tied into a long-term deal and risk paying the early repayment charges purely to exit the mortgage before the term had ended.


Nigel was able to source a bank which offered a very low initial rate for two years with no ERC, thus giving the clients the security they required for the immediate future, and no long-term ties. They now have the next two years to start putting their renovation plans in place, before potentially signing up to a larger mortgage when they’re ready to put spades in the ground. Flexibility is a wonderful thing!

If you think we might be able to help you secure a mortgage or remortgage, don’t hesitate to contact our team to discuss your individual requirements.


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