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HSBC currently offer three main types of mortgage and these are available for first time buyers, people who are moving, existing homeowners and property investors in the buy to let sector.
With a fixed rate mortgage from the HSBC, the borrower can relax safe in the knowledge that the monthly repayment amount will remain totally unchanged for an agreed length of time. Therefore, if the Bank of England base rate was to increase at some point during the first few years of the product lifetime, you will not be expected to make any additional payment if you apply for this type of mortgage. Once the fixed rate period has expired, you may find that your expected monthly repayments are slightly higher.
When you apply for a tracker mortgage, your monthly payments will not be set at a fixed rate. With a tracker mortgage, the interest rate is set in accordance with a predefined percentage which is added to the Bank of England base rate. If the Bank of England interest rate falls or increases at some point in the near future, then your monthly interest repayments will do the same.
Discounted rate mortgages are variable rate products which are slightly cheaper than standard tracker mortgages. If a lender has an SVR (Standard Variable Rate) that is currently set at 4.5%, and you are offered a 1% discount rate for a fixed length of time, then you will only be charged 3.5% until you reach the end of the introductory offer period. Should the SVR increase or fall during the product lifetime, the rate of interest you are charged will be the standard variable rate with a 1% deduction.