Why stick with a standard variable rate mortgage when you can switch, sometimes with no fees, to a vastly superior deal at a fraction of the cost?
Even if you are not looking to buy a property at the moment, it still makes sense to review your existing mortgage arrangements. Interest rates are still relatively low, and so now may be an ideal time to consider a remortgage especially if you are coming to the end of a fixed rate term.
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As well as remortgaging to cut your monthly payments, you can also remortgage to raise extra capital by releasing some of the equity tied up in your property.
You could use this additional money for a range of things, such as: a new car, home improvements, consolidation of existing debts, or a holiday of a lifetime.
Arranging a remortgage need not be difficult. As mortgage experts, our panel of mortgage brokers and independent financial advisers can take the hassle out of remortgaging. The whole process can be carried out by post, phone, or email - so you don't even need to give up time to meet with anyone if you do not want to.
Some lenders offer attractive incentives to encourage borrowers to switch their mortgages. These can include free legal fees and/or help with survey fees, so you may not have to pay anything up-front to secure fantastic savings on your mortgage.
The current range of great value low cost mortgage deals will not be around for ever, so don't delay - contact us today to see how much money you could save just by remortgaging.
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