See the best mortgage rates out there today, and compare the true cost of different mortgages. This tool will show you the top rates, but can't tell you if you’re eligible for them – our experts can check that for you later.
Capital + interest: you pay off part of your mortgage each month, and interest on top. By the end of your mortgage term, your loan will be paid off in full.
Interest only: you only pay interest on your mortgage each month, but none of the mortgage debt itself. At the end of your term, you’ll have to pay it off in full.
Your Loan to Value (LTV) would be 78% with a deposit of £45,000.
Your loan to value (LTV) is the size of your mortgage as a percent of the total property value. So if you've paid off £100,000 of a house worth £200,000, your LTV is 50%. Usually, the lower your LTV, the lower interest rates you can get.
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