Capped rate remortgages are similar to Fixed-rate remortgages in many ways. When choosing a capped rate remortgage, the borrower will pay a rate of interest directly linked to the lender Standard variable rate, but this will be “capped” at a maximum. Therefore, if interest rates increase, so will repayments on the remortgage but only up to the agreed capped level. At this point, if the SVR continues to climb, the borrower will only pay up to the accepted maximum.

Capped rate remortgages, like all remortgage types, have pros and cons. For instance, they offer borrowers protection if the SVR exceeds a certain level. Capped rate remortgages typically last for a fixed period, although some can last for the life of the remortgage. Any decreases in lender SVR will also be passed on the borrower. Some capped rate remortgages have a discounted introductory period and can become more expensive when this expires.

Mortgage Calculator

If you've come to the end of your special introductory rate or discounted period and are looking to make lower repayments on better terms, use the calculator below to get an indication of repayments at a new rate. To speak to one of our remortgage specialist partners and let us find the best remortgage deal for your specific needs complete the form below.

Remortgaging your property can allow you to:

  • Consolidate your debts
  • Make home improvements
  • Raise extra cash
  • Save money
  • Avoid moving home

England

Wales

House Price

Min£50,000

£50,000

Max£600,000

Deposit

Min (5% of house price)£2,500

£2,500

Max (30% of house price)£15,000

Interest Rate

Min2.00%

3.50%

Max6.00%

Term

Min25 Years

30 Years

Max35 Years

This calculator is provided to give you basic guidance only. This information is computer-generated and relies on certain assumptions. It has only been designed to give a useful general indication of costs. Its important you always get a specific quote from the lender and double-check the price yourself before acting on the information. We cannot accept responsibility for any errorsand recommend that you obtain exact figures from a specific lender before committing to any mortgage.

Mortgage Calculation

Your deposit£2,5005%
Your mortgage£47,50095%
 
Monthly Payment£213.30 

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