Archive for the ‘Fixed-Rate Mortgages’ Category

Adjustable Rate Mortgages – Understand The Benefits Compared To A Fixed Rate Mortgage

Article by Carrie Reeder Adjustable rate mortgages can be very tempting to home buyers, yet they carry a great deal of uncertainty. Fixed rate mortgages offer rate and payment security, but they are more expensive. It is important to weigh the pros and cons of ARMs [...]

The modern relevance of fixed rate mortgage deals

Article by Jason Hulott Fixed rate mortgage deals are getting an awful lot of publicity at the moment because they seem to be attracting the attention of consumers that are indeed trying to get the best possible deal on their new home. After all, the amount [...]

Finding Fixed Rate Mortgage UK Lenders

Article by Jimmy Chan Buying a home is the biggest investment you will probably ever make; therefore, taking out a mortgage will be the biggest expenditure you may ever make also. If you want to locate the best fixed rate mortgage UK lenders have to offer [...]

The High Cost of Fixed Rate Mortgages

Article by Kim Chambers It’s a shame to hear that the banks are making huge profits from the difference from the borrowing and the lending rate, particularly for fixed rate mortgages. Although the credit crunch was two years ago we are now suffering more than ever [...]

Demystified: Fixed Rate Mortgage and Variable Rate Mortgage

Article by Chris Mcguire Fixed mortgage rates are decided by the price of government bonds and the bond yield. Investing in bonds are in general considered safer than stocks, and as soon as there is financial turmoil, investors normally will unload equities in preference to bonds, [...]

Checking the Option of Fixed-Rate Mortgage When Buying a House

Article by Jordan Rice AS you look at your option on mortgages, you will find that there are a lot of mortgages that you can avail. Each mortgage hav it’s own advantages and challenges, it’s up to you to determine what is effective and appropriate for you considering [...]

Fixed Rate Mortgages – Know Your Rate!

Article by Joseph Kenny Nothing is ever certain in the world of finances, and there’s no way of predicting how the market will change in the future. However, if you want to be able to plan your budget precisely, then a fixed rate mortgage might be the right [...]

Fixed Rate Mortgages – The Benefits

Article by Ian Duncan This article discusses how a fixed rate mortgage can assist you in planning your finance over the next few years. A fixed rate mortgage can help you to get rid of financial worries associates with mortgage payments as the payment you make is fixed [...]

Mortgage Calculator and fixed rate mortgages

Article by Mark A mortgage calculator is a useful tool to help we budget for our new mortgage. A good mortgage calculator allows us to calculate our monthly payments based on our desired interest rate, taxes, and insurance. Here is how this useful tool can help we avoid [...]

Fixed rate mortgages 10135

Article by Clifford Diaz For many couples, whether first time buyers or not, the prime consideration when looking at a fixed rate mortgage is the monthly installmet cost. Purchasing a home later in life means that many couples need to have the mortgage paid off early. But, before [...]

Is a Fixed-rate Mortgage the Way to Go?

Article by Joe McLaughlin A fixed-rate mortgage is the way that the great majority of people want to go with their mortgage option. Fixed-rate mortgages are stable–once you have signed the papers, they are what they are, and your monthly payment will never fluctuate throughout the life of [...]

Are the best fixed rate mortgages available now?

Article by Olivia Wilson With interest rates at historic lows of only 0.5 per cent many consumers are deciding to apply for fixed rate mortgages as it has been well documented that interest rates aren’t going to fall any further. It is however difficult to know the best [...]

Fixed Rate Mortgages are the Choice for Consumers

Article by Olivia Wilson Fixed rate mortgages are the mortgage type of choice for homeowners and first time buyers. Hardly surprising with the Bank of England dropping interest rates to 0.5 per cent and holding the rate in April. Many consumers are realising if they go for a [...]