To get a better interest rate
It is not unusual for us to save a
client substantial amounts of money just by switching them
to a better rate.
To reduce monthly payments *
If you have a credit card or other loan commitments you may
be able to consolidate these on to your mortgage, resulting
in often huge cash flow savings in monthly outgoings. A flexible
mortgage is a great way to achieve this, as you can pay
off the loans over the same period, but possibly at a lower
interest rate than you have been paying.
To borrow more money
This could be for home improvements, purchasing another property, or any other reason. You can take advantage of mortgage interest rates and still pay off the loan over a short period if you wish.
To repay the mortgage more quickly **
With a lower interest rate you could use the savings to pay
off your mortgage faster. Even relatively small savings can
make a big difference to the term of the loan if they are
re-invested into the mortgage.
For further information or assistance click
here for one of our consultants to contact you.
Special Offer –
If your re-mortgage does not complete (and you are using our
legal service via 121 Legals) then you will not incur any
conveyancing costs (excludes survey and search fees etc).
Conveyancing is not regulated by the Financial Services Authority. An additional fee may be payable for this service.
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* Adding existing debts to your
mortgage may both extend the repayment term and increase the
overall cost of the debt.
** As we have access to a large
panel of lenders, our aim will be to arrange you a suitable
loan with a lower interest rate than your current mortgage.