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Should I Remortgage?
There are a few reasons why you would need to remortgage your property and these depend on what you would be looking to achieve from switching your mortgage to another lender or securing a better deal with your current lender.
If you’re coming towards the end of a period with your current lender, whereby you have a fixed rate mortgage or a tracker mortgage (that ‘tracks’ the Bank of England base rate), you could be moving into a new period where your lender begins to charge a ‘standard variable rate’ that is, annoyingly, at their discretion.
This would mean you could save money by shopping around and securing a new deal with a better rate or more flexible terms to suit you.
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As experienced mortgage advisors we have a wide variety of lenders so can advise which product will be best for you saving you the time and hassle of approaching multiple lenders, whether it be a first time mortgage or re-mortgage.
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Reasons to Remortgage
When considering home improvements, it’s a good idea to look into whether remortgaging could be the perfect option for you. Let’s say you are looking to complete £30,000 worth of renovation to your home, and you owe £120,000 on your current mortgage as it stands.
In this situation, you could look into switching to a new deal worth £150,000 – using £30,000 of the money to invest into your home and the rest to continue paying off your mortgage. Be aware that your monthly payments may increase to accommodate for the higher loan value, but you could receive a better rate or more flexible terms to support your future plans.