We’ve launched new interactive messaging services. These messages come from different telephone numbers to the ones we usually use to contact you. So that you’ll recognise them in future, you may want to add these numbers to your address book. The only personal information we’ll ever ask you for in an interactive message is your …
The Landmark Mortgages Loyalty Rate is a discount of 0.25% from our Standard Variable Rate and applies if you meet all of the following criteria:
Standard variable rate (SVR)
Our SVR is an interest rate set by us in accordance with the Terms & Conditions of your loan. It’s not linked to the Bank of England base rate. You can check if your loan is linked to our SVR by calling us or checking your Offer of Loan or credit agreement. Whenever we change …
A discounted rate offers a set discount off either a Product Variable Rate (PVR) or a Standard Variable Rate (SVR) for a specific, initial term. Once the discounted rate period ends, you will then usually revert to one of the variable rates detailed below. The minimum interest rate that can be charged is 0.001%.
A tracker rate will track at a set percentage above or below another rate (often the Bank of England base rate) for a specified term. Your Terms and Conditions will state details of which rate your mortgage is tracking against.
If a fixed interest rate applies to your mortgage, it will not change until you get to the end of the agreed fixed rate term. You will then usually revert to one of the variable rates detailed below. We will write to you to inform you of your new interest rate and payment at least …
Why do I need to have a repayment plan to pay off my interest only mortgage?
If you don’t, you might not be able to pay off the amount you borrowed by the end of the mortgage term. If you have a repayment plan, you need to check it regularly to make sure it’s on track. We recommend that you do this at least once a year. If you don’t have …
What is an interest only mortgage?
The monthly payments you make only cover the interest. This means you need to pay off the amount you borrowed by the end of the mortgage term.