At the end of any initial deal, the interest rate will revert to the Bank of England Base Rate (BBR) tracker. All of our BBR products have a floor.
This means that if BBR were to fall to 0.00% or less the rate payable will be 0.00%, plus the agreed set percentage above BBR. This means that the rate payable will never go below 0.00% plus the additional percentage rate of the tracker mortgage.
If your client makes any lump sum payments or repays the loan within a special deal period, an early repayment charge may be payable. Please refer to the early repayment charge section of the table for details. Payments up to a maximum of £499 per month can be made without incurring an early repayment charge.
Interest is added to the mortgage account for the period from the date the loan is made until the last day of that month. Thereafter, interest is charged monthly on the balance outstanding at the end of the last month. Payments in excess of the required monthly payment will have the effect of reducing the balance outstanding and the amount of interest to be paid.
These mortgage products are portable. Even if your client moves home during the initial special deal period of a mortgage, the remaining benefits (up to the outstanding balance of their existing mortgage) of that special deal can be transferred to their new mortgage with us, subject to our lending criteria at the time of any move. In this case, any early repayment charges will not be charged but the existing rate will not apply to any additional funds that your client borrows.
All loans are subject to availability, status, valuation and approval, and are available in England and Wales only. Applicants must be aged 18 or over. Maximum age at the end of the mortgage term is 85. Written quotations are available on request.
OneSavings Bank plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (registered number 530504) for general insurance intermediation and regulated mortgages
YOUR CLIENT'S HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF THEY DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON THEIR MORTGAGE