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“ do the numbers for 5 years time current with £800 overpayment £102,000 @ 2.29% £995pm £51,173 if rates don't change paid off in 9y6m new with £400 overpayment £102,000 @ 1.99% £832pm £60,220 new with same payment as now £102,000 @ 1.99% £995pm £49,945 that change is will save aro...

“ The 5 year fixed are you allowed to overpay by as much as you want to? With ours we can only pay 10% each year. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72238473#post72238473" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by POPPYOSCAR ” i always thought its 10% but looking on the...

“ What is your repayment strategy for repaying the loan at the end of the term? <a href="/showthread.php?p=72238417#post72238417" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by glosoli ” in the five years fixed thats going to be 24k. My mother in law wants to give us...

im sorry to here your story, i really cant offer any sound advice as im not qualified. i know it must be a shock but i think you need to obtain proffesional advice on whats best for you. personally i think yes when a split happens its goes 50/50. is it worth talking to husband perhaps hes going thro...

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