Mortgage DetailsInterest Only
  • Increasingly hard to get (more risky for the bank)
  • Only pay the interest due on your mortgage
  • Original loan amount left to pay end of the term

Repayment
  • Most common type of mortgage
  • Pay off capital as well as interest
  • Nothing left to pay at end of the term

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Two Year Fixed Rate

Looking for a reliable repayment plan in a world of fluctuating interest rates? Well a fixed rate mortgage can fix the amount of interest you pay, in this case for two years.

However, you’ll have to make sure a fixed rate is for you before you take the plunge since in the long run they can prove to be more expensive than variable rate alternatives.

What is a Fixed-Rate Mortgage?

A two year fixed-rate is a mortgage where the interest rate, and your monthly repayments, stay the same for two years. In return for paying a slightly higher interest rate than on variable rate mortgages you get the peace of mind.

Is a Two Year Fixed-Rate Right for Me?

These types of mortgage are best suited to people who don’t want to worry about rising interest rates. In particular, they may be right for anyone who knows they would struggle to make their mortgage repayments if they were to rise.

Just be aware, if you go for a fix you will pay for the security of a fixed rate. The interest rates tend to be slightly higher than on tracker, or variable, mortgages. So, if you could afford a rise in interest rates, and are prepared to take that risk, a variable mortgage may cost you less.

Use our mortgage rate index to get the very latest rate predictions in order to make the most accurate decision.

The Pros and Cons of a Two Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage

Pros

  • Stability. Whatever interest rates do in the rest of the market, for two years your rate, and your repayments, won’t change.
  • Planning. Knowing exactly what your repayments will be for two years allows you to budget more easily.
  • Potential savings. If interest rates rise you could end up paying a lot less than someone on a variable rate mortgage.

Cons

  • Pricey. You’ll probably pay a slightly higher interest rate than people on a variable rate mortgage, as you’ll pay a slight premium for the security of a fixed rate.
  • Falling rates won’t affect you. If interest rates fall during your two-year fix, you won’t see any benefit.
  • Trapped. You’ll have to pay exit fees if you want to remortgage during the two years.