Reasons to Remortgage

There are a number of reasons for remortgaging, which include:

Reducing your monthly mortgage payments

Most of our customers consider changing their lender at the end of the fixed/discounted term to take advantage of a better mortgage deal.  Some lenders even offer to contribute to the costs and you may save more over time with a lower interest rate.

It is important to check what early repayment charges your current lender may make before moving your mortgage. When you take out a mortgage with us, we will be in touch 3-4 months before your current mortgage expires to arrange a review to advise you on your mortgage options.

Home improvements

With all of the expense and upheaval that moving can create, improving your home can be a very
cost-effective option instead. If you need to raise funds for an extension or other project, we can advise you on the best possible solution from either a secured loan, remortgage or further advance from your existing lender. We'll also advise you on the costs involved in doing this and how we can help you save some money.

Consolidating debts

You may want to reduce your monthly outgoings by consolidating your debts into a single affordable monthly payment. If so, we can review your finances and make suitable recommendations in the form of a secured loan or further advance on your existing mortgage. Consolidating your debts may result in a reduction in your monthly payments, however, the total amount owed and the repayment period will increase.

Remortgaging with Mortgage Advice Bureau

Remortgaging with us can be very quick and simple to arrange. One of our expert mortgage advisers will help you through the process step-by-step working out how much you can borrow, how much it will cost, and what type of mortgage may be most suitable for you. They will even take care of all the paperwork for you, so you do not need to worry about a thing.

You may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you remortgage.

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home.  Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.