If you borrow £170,000 over a 25-year term at 1.28% p.a. (fixed) for 64 months reverting to 3.59% p.a. (variable) for the remaining term, you would make 64 monthly payments of £662.46 and 236 monthly payments of £816.99. The total payable would be £236,354.08, which includes interest of £65,207, valuation fees of £102 and a product fee of £995. The overall cost for comparison is 2.7% APRC representative.
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