Cancelling fixed rate agreements
Fixed rate agreements can be terminated during the same periods as those during which you can apply for fixed rates. In order to terminate an agreement, please log into Dine sider and fill out a form.
Cost of terminating a fixed rate agreement
When you terminate a fixed rate agreement, we calculate any interest losses/gains. That means that you could have more or less debt, depending on the type of agreement you have and the interest that currently applies. You can see how much it would cost you to terminate a fixed rate agreement on Dine sider under "Cancel a fixed rate agreement". Read more about interest losses and gains
You can cancel a fixed rate agreement six times per year
You can terminate a fixed rate agreement between the 10th and 17th days of the month every second month:
- 10-17 February
- 10-17 April
- 10-17 June
- 10-17 August
- 10-17 October
- 10-17 December
The application periods for terminating fixed rate agreements are the same as those which apply to entering into new fixed rate agreements.
You must wait for two months in order to enter into a new fixed rate agreement after an old one has been terminated
When you terminate a variable rate agreement, you are obliged to have a floating interest rate for at least two months before you can reset the interest rate. You cannot cancel a fixed rate agreement and enter into a new one during the same application period. If you first terminate a fixed rate agreement and then apply for a new one at the next opportunity, in practice a variable rate will apply for three months.
Furthermore, you cannot terminate an existing fixed rate agreement if you have already entered into a new fixed rate agreement. You can terminate your new fixed rate agreement during the next application period.