How does a Non-Indexed Mortgage work?

  • You can pay your mortgage off sooner because the full cost of the mortgage is paid every month

  • Payments are initially higher than those on indexed mortgages

  • You can choose between a mortgage with a variable rate or a mortgage with a fixed rate for the first 3-5 years

  • A mortgage covering 70% of your property value can be paid over a 40 year period and an additional mortgage covering up to 80% can be paid over a period of 25 years

  • The lowest mortgage amount is 1 million ISK and the highest is ISK 60 million

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You can choose between two types of non-indexed mortgages. The interest on our traditional non-indexed mortgage is calculated each time, according to the bank's interest rate table whereas our fixed rate mortgage offers a fixed interest rate for the first 3-5 years.

Variable rate

Fixed rate

Payments vary according to the interest rate each time

Payments are stable

Interest rates depend on the bank's financing costs and market conditions

Fixed rate for a 3-5 year period. Interest rate becomes variable once fixed rate period is complete

Pay off the mortgage without paying any fees

You pay a fee if you pay off the mortgage during the fixed rate period

Interest rate roof


Our interest rate roof option offers our non-indexed customers a safety net when interest rates rise.

Why should I apply for an interest rate roof?

  • You can worry less about payment fluctuations
  • You can still take advantage of the terms offered by a non-indexed mortgage despite higher interest rates
  • You can pay of your mortgage sooner if interest rates remain consistent with inflation rates
  • You can choose the roof beyond the 7.5% annual interest rate and adjust your payments accordingly

Lending period and fees


Lending period

The mortgage lending period ranges from 5 to 40 years and you can also apply for an additional mortgage with a 25 year lending period.

You can choose between even payments on the principle amount and even payments.

Mortgage fees

  • The standard mortgage fee is ISK 65,000 but there is no fee for first time buyers
  • Registration fee
  • Mortgage issuance fee
  • Credit evaluation fee
  • Lien check fee
  • Loan overview fee

Prepayment


What is prepayment?

You can prepay your mortgage or pay more into your mortgage whenever you like but you might have to pay a fee.

Do I need to pay a prepayment fee?

Fixed rate mortgages charge a prepayment fee if the amount is prepaid during the fixed rate period. There is no fee for variable rate mortgages. The fee is charged in accordance with the bank's price list each time.

You can pay an additional ISK 1 million into your fixed rate mortgage each year without paying a fee

Þessi upphæð er undanskilin innágreiðslu vegna séreignarsparnaðar sem og afborgun lánanna. Í lok fastvaxtatímabilsins á óverðtryggðum lánum breytast þau lán yfir á breytilega vexti, sem bera þá engin uppgreiðslugjöld eftirleiðis.

Can I apply for a mortgage?


You can apply for a mortgage if you fulfil the following criteria:

  • Individuals intending to buy or refinance a home for own use can apply
  • Íslandsbánki will have first lien position or equal lien on the property
  • The financial status of the applicant and property price are considered each time
  • Each applicant must successfully complete a credit evaluation