mrs_motivated wrote: »
Today I am not sure who is more confused, me or Nationwide!
My mortgage is fixed for five years and through my online account I emailed them and said I will be overpaying, however, the terms of the fixed rate state I can onlu over pay a maximum of £500 without incurring penalty charges so i would not be exceeding this limit for the next five years and woul dthey reduce the term of my mortgage, rather than reduce future monthly payments.
OK - email back said, we have updated your details and can confirm that any monthly payment over £500 will reduce the term (despite the fact that i told them i would be paying less than this because of the penalties)
so i have emailed them back saying - great but what happens if I only overpay £300 per month for the next 5 years?
I havent had a response yet, but can anyone explain please?
Staying in tonight (in fact all weekend) apart from weekly food shop, so should be good on the MSE front - will do a food list and menu plan tonight (trying to stay focused) and weather permitting I will , sort the greenhouse out and tidy the strawberry patch ready for summer (day dreams out of window thinking of summer)
HAve a good weekend folks x
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