Helping you to secure the best remortgage deal for your home
Many borrowers choose to switch their mortgage to a different product or lender every few years to ensure they are receiving the best deal. In some cases, borrowers’ circumstances may have changed since taking out their mortgage, and they may now wish to remortgage to allow them to make higher monthly payments or borrow a little extra.
If you’ve had your current mortgage for a long time then it’s likely that you could be paying tens or even hundreds of pounds more than you need to each month. Many lenders offer a fixed or preferential rate for the first few years and then transfer your mortgage onto a standard variable rate product (SVR), which is often more expensive.
Before remortgaging, it is important that you seek advice from a Mortgage Adviser who can compare products across the whole of the mortgage market for you. There are hundreds of mortgage lenders available to borrowers, each offering different rates, fees and promotional deals. Our experienced team can help you cut through the mortgage maze and secure the most cost effective deal which suits your needs.
Why you should contact us
You who have never had a mortgage
You want a close family member to be a guarantor on your mortgage
Your deposit will be gifted cash or equity from a close family member
You are a contract worker or on a zero hours contract
You have some current or historic adverse
You are self-employed
You only have a 5% deposit
You have already been turned away by high street lenders
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Free Expert Advice
We compare every lender in the marketplace, which means we can access lenders who only deal directly with qualified advisers.
Our qualified advisers , so you can be sure that you are receiving the best impartial advice.
We promise that you won’t be passed from pillar to post. One of our qualified advisers will deal with your application from start to finish.
Your initial consultation is completely free. We will only charge you a fee if you decide to proceed with your application.