Property details for 15 Aitnamona Crescent, Andersonstown, Belfast BT11 8PN
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Repayment mortgage of £100,500 with 240 monthly repayments. At end of initial period mortgage reverts to Standard Variable Rate (currently 3.74%, costing £562.28 p/m) for 120 months. Total amount payable 132,311: Interest (£30,236); Application fee (£999); Valuation fee (£335); Legal fee (£126); Funds transfer fee (£35); Mortgage discharge fee (£80); Fees are assumed to be paid up front and not included in the amount borrowed. Costs based on assumed completion date of 31/10/2017.
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This property is located at 15 Aitnamona Crescent, Andersonstown, Belfast BT11 8PN. Aitnamona Crescent, BT11 has 56 properties on it with a current average value of £86,720, compared to an average property value of £141,225 for BT11. There are currently 1 properties for sale in BT11 with an average asking price of £149,950.
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Current asking prices in BT11Average: £149,950
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