Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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Cashback Mortgages FAQ
What is a cashback mortgage?
With a cashback mortgage, as the name suggests, you'll receive some money back when you complete on the mortgage. This could be a percentage of the mortgage or a set sum.
What are the benefits of cashback mortgage?
Buying a house can be an expensive business and having a lump sum of cash given to you on completion can help cover some of the costs that come once the property is yours such as buying furniture or paying for renovations.
Are cashback mortgages more expensive?
Yes, cashback mortgages tend to come at a higher rate so it's important to work out whether the money you receive is worth the extra amount you'll pay back each month as a result of having a higher rate.
What fees will I pay for a cashback mortgage?
Cashback mortgages usually feature all of the standard mortgage fees including an arrangement fee, booking fee, valuation fee and legal fees although not all fees apply to all mortgages.
How can I compare cashback mortgages?
Know Your Money's free, comprehensive comparison tables allow you to compare cashback mortgages by rate, fees and overall costs.