Example situation for Santander later life mortgages
Mortgaged property value: £171000
Valuation fee: Free
Lender fee: Free
Amount of mortgage: £111150
Monthly payment: £230.64
Loan to value: 65%
Interest rate: 2.49% APRC
Can I buy a new home with a Santander later life mortgage?
Yes, with the LTV of 65% at the same rate of 2.49%
Does Santander do Santander Later Life Mortgages?
Yes, Santander do lifetime mortgages at 1.94% APR. Santander Lifetime Mortgages have a loan to value (ltv) of 55%.
Does Santander do Equity Release Under 55?
Yes, Santander Equity Release Under 55 is 2% APRC.
Does Santander do Retirement Mortgages?
Yes, Santander Retirement Mortgages are 2.01% APR.
Does Santander do Pensioner Mortgages?
Yes, Santander Pensioner Mortgages are 2.21% APR.
Does Santander offer Equity Release?
Yes, Santander Equity Release is 2.11% APR.
What are the current Santander rates for later life mortgages?
Santander interest rates for later life mortgages are 1.87% MER.
Does Santander have favourable reviews for later life mortgages?
Yes, Santander reviews are tiptop for later life mortgages.
Does the Santander later life mortgages calculator show the LTV?
Yes, the Santander Later Life Mortgages calculator shows a favourable LTV of 60%.
Does a Santander later life mortgages advisor charge a substantial fee?
No, Santander Later Life Mortgages advisors are free.
Appealing retirement finance offerings include Lloyds Bank mortgages over 65, Barclays over 60 lifetime mortgages, Halifax later life interest only mortgages, L&G pensioner mortgages and Nationwide help to buy for over 60s.
Popular loan to value percentages of TSB retirement mortgages over 60, Barclays lifetime mortgages for people over 55, Post Office interest only lifetime mortgages for people over 60, Legal & General over 60 lifetime mortgages no fees, Royal Bank of Scotland interest only mortgages for over 60s near London and Nationwide BS mortgages for people 60 plus are 45%, 60% and 70%.
Common LTV ratios of Liverpool Victoria later life interest-only mortgages over 70, More2Life mortgages for pensioners over 60, One Family mortgages for 60 year olds, Yorkshire Building Society interest only mortgages for people over 60, Metro Bank mortgages for pensioners over 60 and SunLife pensioner mortgages over 70s are 35%, 60% and 70%.
Common LTV percentages of Standard Chartered interest only mortgages for people over 70, Shepherds Friendly mortgages for 60 plus, Churchill interest only lifetime mortgages for people over 60, Principality Building Society mortgages for people 60 plus, Nottingham Building Society mortgages for 60 year olds and National Counties Building Society mortgages for over 70s are 40%, 55% and 70%.
Hard to finance home types include properties in poor condition, properties where letting arrangement where the tenancy agreement is not appropriate, freehold houses and bungalows (England, Wales, Northern Ireland), properties where the customer is offering only part of the title as security for the loan and properties owned under any form of shared equity scheme.
Difficult to finance property variants include difficult roof structures, properties with single skin brickwork where the single skin comprises more than 20% of the surface area of the external walls, privately developed flats, maximum four storeys with a lift, studio flats outside the M25 and freehold flats (England, Wales, Northern Ireland).
Tough to finance home titles include properties built or converted into dwellings more than 10 years ago, properties with room(s) or outbuilding(s) used for a small amount of personal commercial use, properties with more than one annexe or self-contained part of the property, properties where there is a self-contained part of the property or annexe, i.e. basement flat etc and properties adversely affected by existing or proposed issues including roads, rail, airports, power plants, power lines/pylons, wind turbines, sub stations, sewage works, quarries, fuel stations, refuse sites, sports grounds, noise, light or environmental pollution.
Challenging to finance property titles include properties will be assessed for flood risk, leasehold properties with a short lease, typically less than 70 years, or a defective lease, properties with structural problems, cob property and Reema Hollow panel, Schindler and Hawksley SGS, Stent, Stonecrete, Stour, Tarran, Underdown, Unity and Butterley, Waller, Wates, Wessex, Winget and Woolaway.