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The Mortgage Term

The standard term for a mortgage is 25 years, but there is flexibility to have a shorter term if you are able to afford the higher repayments. You'll pay less in total interest with a shorter term too.

Setting Up A Mortgage

A mortgage, like most other financial products, is flexible in many ways and this means there are plenty of factors to take into consideration when setting one up. Probably the biggest decision to make is the length of the borrowing period. This will have a big impact on how much you end up paying back – the shorter the period, the less interest will be due. It is necessary to consider you age, income and future goals at the forefront of deciding on a mortgage term length.

Mortgage Interest Rates

Whichever lender you choose to borrow from for your mortgage are going to be charged interest. The interest is effectively what you are being charged for the service of lending you the money you need to buy your house. However, different lenders will charge different rates of interest aimed at different parts of the market.

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