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Whether you're looking to climb onto the property ladder, moving home or just want to find a better deal, a fixed-rate mortgage means you’ll have the security of knowing exactly how much it will cost you over a set period of time.

Here's our pick of low-rate mortgage deals on MoneySuperMarket.
Fixed-Rate Mortgages
The size of your deposit affects how much you can borrow and what interest rate you can borrow at. The mortgages below have varying loan-to-value rates which will affect the mortgage rate you’re offered
 
Post Office 2-Year Fixed Mortgage
2-year fixed rate mortgage at 1.33% until July 31, 2018 then reverting back to the standard rate currently at 4.49% variable (Bank of England Base Rate currently 0.5% plus 3.99% for the rest of the term)
Available on mortgages with a minimum 25% deposit (75% LTV)
Early repayment charges apply during the 2 year fixed period and £1,995 arrangement fee applies. Other fees apply, see T&Cs. Post Office Money mortgages are provided by Bank of Ireland UK
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Representative example: A mortgage of £90,000 payable over 25 years, initially on a fixed rate for 25 months at 1.33% and then on our current variable rate of 4.49% for the remaining 275 months would require 25 monthly payments of £352.8 and 275 monthly payments of £487.22. The total amount payable would be £145410 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£52805) and valuation fee (£270), arrangement fee (£1995). The overall cost for comparison is 4.3% APRC representative.
 
HSBC Mortgage 5-Year Fixed Special
5-year fixed rate mortgage at 2.94% until August 31, 2021 then reverting back to the standard rate currently at 3.94% variable
Available on mortgages with a minimum 10% deposit (90% LTV)
Early repayment charges apply during the 5 year fixed period and £1,499 booking fee applies. Other fees apply, see T&Cs
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Representative example: A mortgage of £90000 payable over 25 years, initially on a fixed rate for 62 months at 2.94% and then on our current variable rate of 3.94% for the remaining 238 months would require 62 monthly payments of £423.99 and 238 monthly payments of £463.06. The total amount payable would be £138312 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£46495) and valuation fee (£173), booking fee (£1499). The overall cost for comparison is 3.8% APRC representative.
 
YBS 2-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage
2-year fixed rate mortgage at 1.14% until July 31, 2018 then reverting back to the standard rate currently at 4.99% variable
Available on mortgages with a minimum 35% deposit (65% LTV)
Early repayment charges apply during the 2-year fixed period and £1,345 product fee applies. Other fees apply, see T&Cs
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Representative example: A mortgage of £90,000 payable over 25 years, initially on a fixed rate for 25 months at 1.14% and then on our current variable rate of 4.99% for the remaining 275 months would require 25 monthly payments of £344.92 and 275 monthly payments of £509.84. The total amount payable would be £150744 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£58829) and valuation fee (£205), arrangement admin fee (£130), completion fee (£1345). The overall cost for comparison is 4.6% APRC representative.
Confused about whether you should opt for a fixed or variable rate mortgage? We could help you decide…
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Help-To-Buy Mortgage
The government's help-to-buy scheme gives first time buyers with a smaller deposit a better chance of getting an affordable mortgage deal
 
HSBC 2-Year Fixed Special Fee Saver
2-year fixed rate help-to-buy mortgage at 3.69% until August 31, 2018. Then reverting back to the standard rate currently at 3.94% variable
Available of mortgages with a minimum 5% deposit. Minimum deposit of £5,000 and maximum loan size of £400,000 (95% LTV)
Early repayment charges apply during the 2 year fixed rate period. Other fees apply, see T&Cs
Help-to-buy is a government scheme designed to help first-time buyers or home-movers with limited equity. HSBC's 5% deposit mortgages are not available for new build property. The mortgage must be taken out on a capital repayment basis with a maximum term of 25 years
The property to be purchased must be the only property you own, will be your main residence and cannot be rented out. The property must be in the UK. The mortgage cannot be for a shared equity, right to buy or shared ownership purchase
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Representative example: A mortgage of £90000 payable over 25 years, initially on a fixed rate for 26 months at 3.69% and then on our current variable rate of 3.94% for the remaining 274 months would require 26 monthly payments of £459.78 and 274 monthly payments of £471.18. The total amount payable would be £141107 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£51057). The overall cost for comparison is 4% APRC representative.
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