Trusted Mortgage Advice | Neil Soundy Financial Services – PRINCIPALITY 95% MORTGAGE – IS THIS THE MOST SUITABLE MORTGAGE WITH A 5% DEPOSIT


The Principality Building Society has launched a 95% mortgage to join a small band of lenders at this high loan to value.

The major benefits to this mortgage product are :

1)      Competitive interest rate of 4.99% (apr 5.1%)

2)      Only a 5% deposit is required

3)      Open to first time buyers and homemovers

4)      No product fee

5)      Low booking fee of £99

My concerns about the scheme are that you are committed to the product until 28/02/2018. Should your circumstances change and you cannot port the product to another property you will have to pay a penalty of 5% of the outstanding mortgage.

Lending is restricted to Wales and postcode areas SY,HR,CH1,CH2,CH3 and CH4

UPDATE 24/04/2013

Monmouthshire have launched a a new 95% mortgage at a lower rate of 3.75% for three years (4.80% apr). Then 4.99% variable.

There are a few other lenders offering 95% mortgages.

Clydesdale Bank, Leeds Building Society, Melton Mowbray Building Society, Monmouthshire Building Society, Newcastle Building Society and Nationwide (via their Save to Buy Scheme)

Note. All mortgages are subject to a full lenders underwrite and assessment.


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