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1.78% 5 Year Fixed 

  • 60% LTV
  • Overall cost for comparison 3.80%

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Mortgage of £100,000 on property valued at £200,000 over term of 25 years.

Rate fixed for 5 years after which reverts to NatWest variable rate of 3.99%.

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  • Whole of market service - We work with over 70 UK lenders
  • Great Rates! - Access to leading market mortgage & bridging finance rates
  • Exclusive Deals - Access to exclusive loan deals not available on high street
  • Fast turnaround - speak to us today if you need to move quickly. We can access fast mortgage and bridging loan finance
  • Credit challenges? - We have lenders who will take into account previous defaults and missed payments 
  • Raising Finance? - Looking to raise additional finance on top of your existing mortgage or buy to let mortgage? - we have access to a range of finance solutions

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Should You Remortgage In 2018?

A staggering £2.78 billion of interest is being paid by people on the wrong mortgage deal!

This is because according to latest research* 36% of UK homeowners are sitting on their lender Standard Variable Rate (SVR).

When you took out your mortgage there was a good chance that you were given an initial fixed term deal over 2,3 or 5 years. At the end of the initial fixed term you will usually have been switched automatically to the lender’s Standard variable Rate (SVR) of interest. The current average lender SVR is 4.40%.

If this is you there is a good chance your monthly mortgage payments are a lot higher than they need to be.

You are not alone. 4 million UK homeowners are in the same boat.

Why Remortgage Using Our service?

  • Access to exclusive remortgage deals and leading rates
  • Remortgage now to beat further interest rate rises Access to exclusive remortgage deals and leading rates
  • Fast track remortgage service if you need to move quickly
  • Latest lender incentives including Cashback, Free valuations & Free legals
  • From no tie-in trackers to 2,5 and 10 year fixed rates
  • Solutions for over 60s using our mortgage in retirement service
  • We have lenders who will take into account previous defaults and missed payments
  • Looking to raise additional finance we will look at your options including second

We pride ourselves on having strong relationships with lenders many of whom will consider proposals on a case by case basis.

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Finding a Mortgage in 2018

With the Bank of England raising the Base Rate at the end of 2017 if you are a homeowner with an exisiting mortgage now may be the time to review your current borrowing arrangements. 

We have access to some of the best mortgage rates on the market:

2 year fixed rate mortgages

5 year fixed rate mortgages

10 year fixed rate mortgages

If you are looking to save money on your existing mortgage or to raise some additional money against your property, remortgaging your home could be the perfect option.

It can often be cheaper to add an extension to your existing property rather than moving home, and a remortgage deal could give you extra cash to finance this.

If you are looking to move home, it’s important to shop around for the best mortgage deal available for your circumstances.

The best mortgage deals for home movers tend to go to people who can provide a high deposit. You can use personal savings as well as the equity from the sale of your current property to fund your deposit on your new home.

Mortgages for over 60s

Until recently mortgage options for people aged over 60 were limited. Over the last 12 months there has been significant product innovation of lending products available for older clients and people borrowing into retirement including interest only mortgages. Click here for more information for mortgages for over 60s

Getting accepted for a mortgage

The rules around getting a mortgage have tightened up in recent years.

Lenders are under an obligation to ensure that you can afford to take on secured debt. In assessing you Lender criteria will vary but some of the following will be covered off when you are assessed for a new mortgage:

  • Is your income sufficient to cover your repayments each month?
  • Have you ever missed a mortgage payment or other repayment in the past?
  • Is your income stable and secure?
  • Do you have significant outstanding debts waiting to be repaid?
  • What is your previous credit record?

Depending on the mortgage lender, they may ask you to provide your address history, recent bank statements, payslips, accounts (if you are self employed), and details of your existing financial commitments such as loan or credit card repayments.

Using our mortgage broker service we can help you find a lender that is aligned with your mortgage finance requirements.

3 main types of mortgage rate available:

1. Fixed rate mortgages

Fixed rate mortgages are set at the same rate for an agreed period of time – usually two to a five year fixed rate. This can offer reassurance as you can be sure that your repayments will be the same each month for the length of the fixed rate agreement, allowing you to plan your budget going forward.

2. Tracker mortgages

A tracker mortgage, as the name suggests, ‘tracks’ an interest rate, usually the Bank of England Base rate over a set period of time. The length of a tracker mortgage can range from two years to the life of the mortgage.

An interest rate will be set at the outset of the mortgage agreement, after which your monthly mortgage repayments will vary depending on the movement of the interest rate that is being tracked. While the Base Rate is low, tracker mortgages can be appealing, but they carry the risk of higher monthly repayments if interest rates go up.

 3. Offset mortgages

An offset mortgage allows you to link your current account or savings account in order to offset the cost of their repayments. Instead of earning interest on your savings, the money is set against your mortgage. Therefore, you pay less interest on that debt.

If you have substantial savings or rely on an irregular income, an offset mortgage may be the best option for you.

How To Repay Your Mortgage

You can choose to repay your mortgage in two different ways:

Capital Repayment Mortgage

With this type of mortgage, your monthly payments go towards paying off a proportion of both the capital owed and the interest on the loan. At the end of the mortgage term, the loan will have been paid off in full.

Interest Only Mortgage

With this type of mortgage, you only pay off the interest every month, so monthly repayments are lower.

Lenders have criteria on who they lend to on an interest only basis - call us on 0117 313 7780 for more information if this option is of interest. While some lenders will take house sale as a valid repayment strategy for the mortgage most will require a valid repayment method in place to cover the capital repayment when the mortgage comes to an end.

In the last 12 months lenders have loosened their criteria on interest only mortgages with a number of lenders providing more flexible lending options.

For more information see our How to Get a Mortgage Guide  - alternatively to compare top mortgage rates and find the best mortgage deals for you, use the mortgage calculator to search over 5,000 mortgage deals based on your personal circumstances.

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