Remortgaging

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Remortgaging to consolidate debts…

Remortgaging can allow you to release some of the value you hold in your home - this is also known as equity. Doing so can consolidate other debts that can attract higher rates of interest than that of your mortgage (e.g. credit cards or personal loans). While debt consolidation can reduce your monthly payments, it

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Remortgaging for a lump sum…

Many people remortgage when they have a special occasion or reason coming up. This could be a wedding or perhaps you have university or school fees to fund. If your property value has risen, you could release equity.

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Remortgaging for renovations…

It can be more cost effective to enhance your existing property, rather than move home. This can be financed by remortgaging or a further advance. Once we have spoken to you in detail about the renovations or home extension you require we can then find the right lender to suit your circumstances.

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Remortgaging for incentives…

When you took out your current loan, there will have been features that made it competitive and attractive to you. It may be that your incentive period is coming to an end, or simply that the market has changed. If you want to remortgage for better incentives, we can keep this in mind when we

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Why should i remortgage?

Remortgaging is usually done to lower the amount you're paying each month for your mortgage, to repay debt or to raise funds. You don’t have to buy a new property to remortgage. Remortgaging your property could allow you to save money on your monthly repayments, or to repay your mortgage sooner. If your current lender

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