Remortgage

Remortgages can offer you a way to reduce your rate and make a saving on currents payments on existing credit by debt consolidation or raise additional finance for home improvements or even to buy out an ex-partner. You can also have a manageable monthly payment scheme by spreading the cost over a longer term.

You could remortgage to:-

  • Take advantage of the increase in the value of your home by releasing the equity, and spend the additional amount as you wish
  • Save money by moving your mortgage to one with a lower rate. This would be ideal if your existing mortgage is coming to the end of a special rate period
  • Pay off store or credit cards and spread the costs over a longer period. This debt consolidation mortgage can offer you one easy to manage monthly payment. (Although this may increase the total amount you repay)
  • Gain greater flexibility to buy out an ex-partner from your mortgage

Whatever your reasons for a Remortgage you'll enjoy these great benefits with us:-

  • Borrow up to 90% of the value of your home
  • Repayment terms from 1-30 years
  • Sensible financial solutions for people in any situation, whatever their circumstances we could help - whether you are employed, self employed, have no proof of income or a less than perfect credit history
  • A quick, hassle-free application process
  • Your own personal advisor
  • No obligation advice
  • An honest approach to your individual requirements
  • Competitive rates

The latest news and developments

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(Rates from 1.75%*)
(Max. 35 years)