Consider your future plans

If you have an Interest Only mortgage with the Society, there are few important things to consider during your mortgage term. The amount you borrow (otherwise known as your capital) will need to be repaid by the end of your mortgage term, so it's best to act earlier on, so that you have more options.

Take some time to read through the FCA's useful guidance around Interest Only mortgages linked below.

FCA Interest Only Guidance

You can also contact us to understand how much you have left to repay.

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Make an Enquiry

If you would like to get any further advice, you can make an enquiry which we will pass on to our trusted partner, Concept Financial Services. They provide reliable advice, whilst making sure you have access to a comprehensive range of solutions and lenders. 

We feel this is the fairest way of ensuring you haven't just been put in a box and instead find a solution that turns your dreams into a reality. Simply fill out our quick enquiry form and they will be in touch.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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Managing your Repayment Strategy

To check if your mortgage, or part of your mortgage, is on interest only terms, look at your offer of advance or annual mortgage statement. 

It's important to regularly review your repayment plans to ensure you are on track to repay the amount you borrowed (the capital) at the end of the mortgage term.

You can update us with your repayment plans by completing the below form.

Interest Only Form

If your repayment plans are not on track, there are a few options available to you to repay your Interest Only mortgage, subject to existing mortgage terms and conditions:

  • We are more than happy to discuss these with you, contact us on 01384 231414 (or view other ways to Contact Us)
  • Get in touch with our trusted partner, Concept Financial Services or 
  • Contact your own financial advisor for assistance

Additional support

For further support, you can contact the below organisations free of charge for confidential and impartial advice.