UK Loan Interest Rates

Provider Rate Type
Coventry Building Society 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Rate indicated is the initial 2 year fixed rate. Once this rate expires the standard variable rate will apply. Maximum LTV is 90%.

1.49%
APR 4.20%
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Jul 2018
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
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 3.60%
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Jul 2018
HSBC UK 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

Rate indicated is the initial interest 2 year interest rate. When this rate expires it will revert to the HSBC variable rate. For the 2 Year Fixed Premier Standard at LTV 80% for first home buyers

1.74%
APR 3.7%
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Jul 2018
Barclays Fixed Rate Mortgage

Rate indicated is based on the 0 fee, '2 Yr Tracker at BBBR. 75% (Min loan £5,000, Max loan £500,000)

1.85%
APR 3.70%
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Jul 2018
Clydesdale Bank 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Rate indicated is the 2 year fixed initial rate. The max LTV for this rate is 80%.

1.99%
APR 4.6%
FixedApply
Jul 2018
Sainsbury's Bank Personal Loan
  • £7,500 to £15,000 for 5 yrs
2.80%
APR 7.00%
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Jul 2018
Royal Bank of Scotland 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

Simulation of buying my first home over 25 years. 200,000 value with 40000 deposit

2.94%
APR 3.99%
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Jul 2018
NatWest 2 Year Fixed Mortgage

Simulation is 200,000 pounds with 40,000 pounds deposit over 25 year for buying my first home. 80% LTV

2.94%
APR 3.99%
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Jul 2018
Halifax 2 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Based on a scenario of 180k pounds remaining and 20k deposit. Bases on the '2 year Fixed LTV 85 to 95%'  with zero fee

3.07%
APR 3.9%
FixedApply
Jul 2018

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 rates on investment are almost 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 I rates. 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.

    Reply Abraham from Namibia