A handy guide to our fees & charges
There is normally a fee or charge relating to submitting new business to Accord or if an existing customer needs to make a change to their mortgage. Our guide page will outline for you when a fee is payable in these circumstances:
Borrowers guides & literature
New Application & valuation fees
We offer a range of products with varying fees to suit the requirements of your clients – this includes some products where there is no fee. Product fees are payable on completion but you can also pay this during the application process, if your client prefers. The fee can also be added to the loan, however interest will be payable on the fee during the life of the loan.
You should also be aware that a Mortgage Fee of £90 is payable on redemption of the loan.
A valuation fee is payable as part of all new applications, both for house purchases and remortgages. The valuation will be instructed as soon as the fee has been paid and we begin to process the application - unless you advise us otherwise. Once a valuation has been carried out, the fee will not be refunded in the event that the mortgage does not proceed.
Our valuation fees are shown in the table below.
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Existing customer fees & charges
A revaluation of your client’s property may be required if they wish to make a change to their existing Accord mortgage such as:
- Additional Lending/Portability
A non-refundable £70 revaluation fee may be payable on Additional Loan or Portability applications. Please contact us to check if this will apply.
- Existing Borrower Transfer
If a revaluation of your client’s property is required, a non-refundable fee £70 is payable. This fee is payable upfront on request of a revaluation. This can be paid by credit/debit card over the phone.
A revaluation can be requested to estimate the current LTV if your client believes that the current value of the property is different to our estimation. The revaluation does not reserve any of our mortgage products or interest rates and products can be withdrawn at any time.
Early Repayment Charges
If your client decides to repay their mortgage early or they want to switch to a new deal (an Existing Borrower Transfer), there is usually a charge applied. This is normally shown as a percentage of their current mortgage balance.
As some of our residential mortgages are portable, we will pay back any early repayment charge incurred by moving home within the fixed rate period (or within a tracker or discounted period, if applicable). This refund is subject to conditions which are laid out in the original offer document and is dependent on the client borrowing the same amount and on the same deal.