UK Loan Interest Rates

BankRateType
Yorkshire Building Society 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

1.18% applicable till 30/04/17, then followed by SVR of 4.99%. Maximum LTV is 65%.

1.21%
APR 4.30%
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Dec 2016
Nationwide Building Society 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

LTV up to 80%. Initial Rate fixed until 30 April 2017. SVR 3.99% for the rest of the mortgage.

1.24%
APR 3.40%
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Dec 2016
Santander UK 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

LTV up to 80%. Initial Rate fixed until 30 April 2017. SVR 4.74% for the rest of the mortgage.

1.29%
APR 3.90%
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Dec 2016
Barclays Fixed Rate Mortgage

Rate indicated is based on the '2 Yr Tracker at BBBR + 0.99% for 2 years' product. This is the Initial Interest Rate.

1.39%
APR 2.20%
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Dec 2016
The Co-operative Bank 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

LTV 60%. 1.24% fixed until 30/04/2017, then followed by SVR of 4.74%.

1.44%
APR 4.00%
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Dec 2016
Barclays Wealth 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Rate indicated is the initial rate for the 2-year Fixed Rate product. The maximum loan for this rate is �500k.

1.59%
APR 3.70%
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Feb 2016
1.59%
APR 4.30%
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Dec 2016
Bank of Scotland 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Rate indicated is the initial rate for first time home buyers. This rate is based on a mortgage amount between �200k-�1m with a product fee of �1,995. 

1.64%
APR 3.50%
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Dec 2016
Halifax 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Rate indicated is the initial rate for first time home buyers. This rate is based on a mortgage amount between �200k-�1m with a product fee of £495

1.64%
APR 3.50%
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Dec 2016
Tesco Bank 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

A fixed rate mortgage gives you the certainty of fixed monthly payments, so you know exactly how much you'll pay each month.

Your monthly repayments will stay the same for a set period of 2, 3 or 5 years.

1.67%
APR 3.90%
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May 2016

Discussion

  • Q: I am an African residing in my mother country and working for a bank. I noticed that your lending rates are lower than those we have here,but the interest rateson investment arealmost the same. My idea is to borrow at low interest rates and invest here for higher interest rates and my cut would be the difference Irates. Win situation and no risk of default. Is there anyway to facilitate this? Also taking into consideration the currency strength of the pound. It's good business for us both. Maybe a market you can explore.

    ReplyAbraham from Namibia