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Remortgaging Your Home

When your current mortgage deal is coming to an end it is wise to have your financial situation reviewed to find out what other lenders may be able to offer compared to your existing lender if your considering a remortgage.

As part of the process we taken into account the best deals your present lender can offer and compare those against other deals on the market that we feel you would be eligible for. All costs are taken into consideration for each arrangement, so that a genuine cost / benefit analysis is achieved.

Factors affecting the deal you may get include your current mortgage balance, versus your property value, which could have gone up or down, and your own personal and financial circumstances. Other factors to consider are the type of mortgage that would be most suitable.

For example you may be concerned about interest rate movements and want to fix your rate for a certain period, or you may prefer to have a deal with low arrangement fees, or free legal and valuation services.

There may be early repayment charges that apply to your existing mortgage, therefore the timing of a re-mortgage could be crucial. These and other factors are taken into consideration before we recommend the most suitable lender and deal.

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As a mortgage is secured against your home, it could be repossessed if you do not keep up the mortgage repayments.

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

For mortgages there will be a fee of usually £100, and we will also receive a payment from the lender.

For Commercial Loans we act as introducers only. The FCA does not regulate Commercial Loans.

The FCA does not regulate loans and some forms of Buy to let mortgages