Debt Consolidation Mortgage
Our Debt Consolidation Mortgage Service
Special features of what we offer include:
Whole of market service - we work with leading UK mortgage lenders who will take into account existing debts
Access to leading market mortgage rates
Access to exclusive loan deals not available on high street
Fast turnaround - speak to us today if you need to move quickly
We have lenders who will take into account previous defaults and missed payments
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
To compare your debt consolidation mortgage options call our mortgage team or fill in our call back form.
How does a debt consolidation mortgage work?
If you have a large amount of debt over a number of credit commitments you may be wondering if a debt consolidation mortgage would be able to reduce the cost of your credit commitments, by taking out a mortgage on your home or remortgaging to borrow more you might be able to pay off all of your other debt and just need to make payments on your new mortgage, which may be less than what you currently pay.
Debt consolidation mortgages are usually long term commitments however and place your home at risk of repossession if you fail to keep up with your repayments, as such before taking one out it is to consider all of your available options. As well as when looking at debt consolidation mortgages to shop around to try and find the very best plan available to you.
Pros and cons of debt consolidation mortgages
You might find that moving all of your debt to one place makes it easier for you to keep up with your repayments, as you only need to make one.
Mortgages tend to offer lower rates of interest than other types of interest such as personal loans or credit cards.
Keeping up to date with your mortgage payments may contribute to a better credit score, illustrating that you have taken control of your debt to show that you are a responsible borrower.
Although a mortgage may offer lower interest rates than credit cards or other types of finance, you need to consider that by spreading your payments over a longer period it is possible that you will ultimately repay much more in accumulated interest than by taking out a higher interest solution for a shorter term.
Failing to keep up with your repayments means that the lender could repossess your home, therefore ensuring that you can make the payments of your mortgage is absolutely vital.
You may need to have a large amount of equity in your home, depending on how much you need to borrow in order to pay off your other debts.
A mortgage for debt consolidation is a big financial decision that should not be taken lightly. If you do decide to take out a debt consolidation mortgage then getting the best plan available to you should be your main priority.
If you are considering debt consolidation you may want to first speak to a mortgage broker. Fair Mortgages is an independent mortgage broker that can offer a whole of market service, not only could one of our Mortgage Advisers offer you expert advice about debt consolidation mortgages, but as a broker Fair Mortgages can access specialist mortgages from certain lenders who borrowers cannot apply for directly, one of which might have the best plan available for your specific requirements.
If you want to find out more you can call us or fill in the Fair Mortgages enquiry form to request a call back for a free initial conversation about mortgages.