Example Santander Mortgages For 60 Plus case
Lender fee: Free
Product free: Free
Interest rate: 2.57% MER fixed for life
Home valuation: £178,000
The amount borrowed: £106,800
Monthly payment: £228.73
Initial loan to value: 60%
Payment holidays: Up to 2 per year
Can a Santander mortgage be used to buy a new house in retirement?
Yes, Santander mortgages for 60 plus are ideal for a new home.
Does Santander do Lifetime Mortgages?
Yes, Santander does lifetime mortgages at 2.15% MER. Santander Lifetime Mortgages can have a loan to value (ltv) of 60%.
Does Santander do Equity Release Under 55?
Yes, Santander Equity Release Under 55 is 2.16% APR.
Does Santander offer Retirement Mortgages?
Yes, Santander Retirement Mortgages are 2.27% APR.
Does Santander offer Pensioner Mortgages?
Yes, Santander Pensioner Mortgages are 2.17% APRC.
Does Santander do Equity Release?
Yes, Santander Equity Release is 2.14% APR.
What are the current Santander interest rates for mortgages for 60 plus?
Santander rates for mortgages for 60 plus are 2.14% MER.
Does Santander have excellent reviews for mortgages for 60 plus?
Yes, Santander reviews are commendable for mortgages for 60 plus.
Do Santander mortgages for 60 plus calculator show the loan to value (ltv)?
Yes, the Santander Mortgages For 60 Plus calculator shows an excellent loan to value (ltv) of 60%.
Do Santander mortgages for 60 plus advisors charge a substantial fee?
No, Santander Mortgages For 60 Plus advisors are free.
Some of the most popular pensioner mortgage products include Lloyds Bank retirement mortgages, Barclays retirement mortgages, Natwest equity release schemes, Legal and General interest only mortgages for people over 70 and Nationwide RIO mortgages.
Some of the most popular LTV ratios of Lloyds Bank mortgages for people over 50, HSBC mortgages for people over 50, Halifax retirement mortgages over 60, Legal and General lifetime mortgages for over 60s, RBS interest only mortgages for over 60s near London and Nationwide Building Society retirement mortgages over 70 are 45%, 60% and 70%.
Some of the most popular loan to value percentages of LV= mortgages for people over 50, More 2 Life over 60 mortgages, OneFamily retirement interest only mortgages over 75, Yorkshire Bank interest only lifetime mortgages for over 60s, Principality Building Society remortgages for people over 50 years old and Sun Life later life interest only mortgages over 60 are 45%, 60% and 70%.
Some of the most popular LTV ratios of Virgin Money later life mortgages for over 70s, Direct Line mortgages for pensioners over 60, Sainsbury’s retirement mortgages over 60, Principality Building Society later life interest only mortgages over 70, West Bromwich Building Society RIO mortgages over 75 and National Counties Building Society retirement mortgages over 70 are 45%, 60% and 70%.
Difficult to finance property types can include properties in poor condition, properties where the owner is set up on a tenancy in common basis, freehold houses and bungalows (England, Wales, Northern Ireland), properties with unregistered titles subject to these being registered as part of the legal process and properties with leased solar panels.
Difficult to mortgage home types include timber-framed properties built before 1920, properties with any externally applied insulation to the walls after construction, large concrete panel systems, studio flats outside the M25 and basement or lower ground floor flats without level access to private or communal garden space.
Challenging to mortgage property variants can include properties with outbuildings used for normal domestic purposes, properties converted from commercial premises, properties with solar panels or a wind turbine on the land, properties that have solar farms or a large number of wind turbines on the land and properties adversely affected by existing or proposed issues including roads, rail, airports, power plants, power lines/pylons, wind turbines, substations, sewage works, quarries, fuel stations, refuse sites, sports grounds, noise, light or environmental pollution.
Tough to finance home titles can include properties will be assessed for flood risk, leasehold properties with a short lease, typically less than 70 years, or a defective lease, some properties with sitting tenants or regulated tenancies, corrugated iron construction and Airey, Boot, Cornish Unit, Dorran, Dyke, Gregory, Hamish Cross, Myton, Newland, Orlit and Parkinson Frame.