The bank is reducing rates on 10 mortgages across 60% to 75% LTV, with rates as low as 1.24% for a 2 year fixed rate deal at 60%, and 1.39% for a 2 year tracker, with no early repayment charge.
Michelle Andrews, HSBC UK’s Head of Buying a Home, said: “The unique set of circumstances brought about by recent events has led to some significant change set alongside some important constants. One constant is to ensure we review our rates regularly and adjust them for our customers keeping them as competitive as possible”.
“We continue to be open for business, whether that is for homeowners who are approaching the end of a fixed rate and looking to remortgage or for those who are still looking for a property and able to find a workable solution during this period of lockdown”.
“We are continuing to accept and process new mortgage applications with most progressing with a desktop or automated valuation. We are also continuing to add broker partners to the list of those who can access our products and are now up to 181 broker firms, covering around 13,500 individual brokers”.
“We have also re-introduced our 2 year tracker mortgage which will be a small welcome return to normality. We will all, however, need to keep an open mind about what happens next, remaining flexible to future needs and challenges like we have recently with mortgage payment holidays and extensions to mortgage offers. Hopefully we will have light at the end of the tunnel in coming weeks”.
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