Accord launches new five-year fix range

Accord launches new five-year fix range

Accord Mortgages has has announced today that it has launched a new five-year fixed rate residential range, with the option of added incentives on selected products.

The range is available to borrowers with a 25% or 20% deposit and all have a £845 fee. The range is available for purchase or remortgage, and is complimented by reductions of up to 0.65% on Accord’s existing five-year offerings.

Products start from 2.49% at 75% LTV, rising to 3.39% up to 90% LTV.

Borrowers looking to buy a home with a 5% deposit can get a 4.49% five-year fixed rate mortgage, with no product fee and £750 cashback on completion and free standard valuation. First-time buyers will get an additional £500 cashback on completion, bringing the total cashback to £1,250.

There are also reductions on Accord’s three-year fixed mortgage range with added incentives for borrowers with a 25% or 25% deposit.


David Robinson, National Intermediary Sales Manager at Accord Mortgages, said: “We are always looking at ways to offer borrowers value for money and we believe that these mortgages will prove very attractive to those customers who are looking for a competitive rate with the security of knowing what the exact repayments will be for the next five years.

We believe these changes provide borrowers with a wide range of competitive options and will prove extremely popular with brokers.”

Join our mailing list:

Leave a comment



Latest Comments

Spencer Fortag
Spencer Fortag 30 Nov 2016

I am glad that someone listened to me!

view article
Tony Gimple
Tony Gimple 27 Nov 2016

It's not just the lack of estate agency advice that's costing landlords money; most are getting seriously bad advice from their accountants resulting in tax bills far higher than they need to be. Likewise,...

view article
Sally Walmsley
Sally Walmsley 18 Nov 2016

The RLA stands by its sell-off statistics. While we welcome the feedback from Mr Jagota and are delighted to hear how well things are going for landlords in the north east, we would like to make it clear...

view article
Sheryl87
Sheryl87 18 Nov 2016

The high employment levels and the vibrant economy has led to ever-increasing demand for rental properties, especially from professionals relocations from other cities. This has led to more experts teaming...

view article
Sheryl87
Sheryl87 18 Nov 2016

Renting out your house can be risky business. It's good to think about residential landlords insurance. Standard cover includes buildings cover and cover for loss of rent following damage to a property...

view article
AmberMorris
AmberMorris 09 Nov 2016

Fear of ghosts, really?? Ok, I get the fear of bats in the attic and mice and rats running under your nose - those are easy to deal with pest issues which are really unpleasant and can turn you off. But...

view article
AmberMorris
AmberMorris 08 Nov 2016

In my experience, It has always been a matter of discussion between the landlord and the tenant. There are cases when it's clear who's responsible for the pest control costs. I see a lot of people in forums...

view article
warren
warren 08 Nov 2016

There you go buddy :)

view article
Agent_PeeBee
Agent_PeeBee 07 Nov 2016

Any reason why my comment to this 'article' has not been published?

view article
Sean Lees
Sean Lees 04 Nov 2016

I don't think anyone can say dogs or cats are better or worse; depends on the animal, its age, how long it's left inside, etc. How bad the mess is depends somewhat on whether you are renting furniture...

view article
daniel black
daniel black 25 Oct 2016

I've been keeping a close eye on what the effect of Brexit has been on the rental market and it's a very mixed bag. Whilst the majority of the news focuses on London's market. I think this time next year...

view article
Northerner
Northerner 20 Oct 2016

Any views from outside the M25? No wonder politicians can't get the housing big picture when everyone seems to think that London is the yard stick, when it absolutely is not.

view article

Related stories

More articles from Finance

Specialist Lending Roadshow 2017

24th-27th November

4 days
7 specialists
4 locations
Free to attend

Click here to register now