Current Account Mortgages

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Direct 2 Year Discount £995 Fee Product Transfer

Initial Rate
1.23%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
Jun-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.83

APR
4.2%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £1499 Fee

Initial Rate
1.23%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£466.78

APR
4.1%

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Direct 2 Year Discount £995 Fee

Initial Rate
1.23%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.83

APR
4.3%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Existing Borrowers

Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£465.48

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Standard

Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Jun-2019

Monthly Payment
£465.02

APR
3.4%

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2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Existing Borrowers

Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£465.48

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £749 Fee C/A Premier/Advance Standard

Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Jun-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.05

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1495 Fee

Initial Rate
1.26%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.43

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1695 Fee

Initial Rate
1.27%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£469.77

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.28%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£467.60

APR
3.5%

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Intermediary 2 Year Tracker £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.29%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.29

APR
3.5%

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Direct 2 Year Tracker £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.29%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.41

APR
3.5%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1499 Fee Existing Borrower

Initial Rate
1.29%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.12

APR
4.3%

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2 Year Discount £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.3%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£468.80

APR
4.9%

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2 Year Discount £999 Fee (Scottish)

Initial Rate
1.3%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£468.80

APR
4.9%

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Direct / Semi Exclusive 2 Year Fixed £800 Fee

Initial Rate
1.31%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.50

APR
5.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1495 Fee

Initial Rate
1.32%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£471.90

APR
3.9%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Existing Borrower

Initial Rate
1.33%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Mar-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.38

APR
3.8%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £499 Fee Product Transfer <£500k

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.99

APR
4.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1499 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£472.32

APR
4%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Intermediary 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4.1%

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2 Year Tracker £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee <£500k

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1450 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£467.03

APR
3.4%

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FTB 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Existing Borrower C/A

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Existing Borrowers C/A

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Switcher

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.3%

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Direct 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Switcher

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.3%

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Intermediary Exclusive 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£471.05

APR
3.5%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
May-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee (Scottish)

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
May-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4%

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FTB 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.5%

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2 Year Fixed £1395 Fee

Initial Rate
1.35%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.14

APR
4.8%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee

Initial Rate
1.37%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£472.61

APR
4.8%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee

Initial Rate
1.37%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£472.61

APR
4.8%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.38%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.18

APR
4.1%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.86

APR
3.5%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £499 Fee Product Transfer <£500k

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£471.77

APR
4.2%

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Direct / Semi Exclusive 2 Year Discount £1000 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£472.76

APR
4.6%

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Direct / Semi Exclusive 2 Year Fixed £1250 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Feb-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.75

APR
4.6%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Mar-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.74

APR
3.5%

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Flexx For Term £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Variable

Duration
Term

Monthly Payment
£473.74

APR
1.5%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1695 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£476.49

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1475 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£475.62

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1695 Fee Remortgage

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£476.49

APR
4.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.86

APR
3.5%

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2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.4%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
May-2019

Monthly Payment
£474.31

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.41%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£474.96

APR
3.5%

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Recent mortgage Q&A

Advantages and disadvantages of current account mortgages

Current account mortgages

Current account mortgages, not to be confused with Offset mortgages, which are subtly different, combine your mortgage and your current account into one single account. An Offset mortgage doesn’t combine your accounts, it merely links them. Other than that they work in the same way in that the outstanding amount on your mortgage will be reduced by the amount that is in your current account.

If you prefer having a large amount of savings rather than reducing the balance on your mortgage this can be an attractive option as you can keep your savings in an easy to access account, but while they are there they will effectively also reduce the balance on your mortgage at the same time, which will reduce your mortgage payments as your interest will be calculated on the reduced value.

Offers flexibility

Lifetime Mortgages

Current account mortgages allow you some flexibility in how you repay your mortgage. By offsetting your savings and whatever is in your current account you can potentially choose between reducing your monthly mortgage payments or maintaining the same level of payment and reducing the term over which you repay your mortgage and so pay it off sooner. Either option will lead to you paying less interest in the long term.

Compare interest rates on savings against your mortgage

It is worth noting that you will not earn interest on any money that is held in your offset accounts so always check to see which way you will make the most of your money. If you are going to receive 0.5% interest on you savings, but you are repaying a mortgage with a 5% interest rate, you are going to be better off reducing the size of the mortgage by using your money in an offset account. Also, an offset account is only really worthwhile if you are going to have a reasonable amount of money in your current or savings accounts. If your income and outgoings mean that your current account gets down to the last few pounds every month then chances are you will get a better deal on an alternative scheme that offers you a lower interest rate.

Other benefits by linking to a family member

There are a number of potential benefits of having an offset mortgage, with one particularly strong one being that it is possible, in some cases, to link a family member’s account so that their savings reduce your mortgage burden without them having to hand over any money physically and without losing access to their savings should they need them.

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