We assess your situation and recommend the best option for you, searching the whole market to find the best deal.
Our experience also means that we can find the most appropriate lender for you. For example, some lenders will take all your second job or bonus income into account when determining what they can lend, while others may only use half.
Clients ask us…
How long before the end of my existing deal should I apply for a remortgage?
You should generally start looking for a remortgage deal around three to four months before your current one ends. We’re here to help you make sense of your options, and find mortgage solutions tailored to your individual needs.
Can I borrow more money when I remortgage?
When you remortgage you can also borrow more money at the same time by increasing your mortgage loan. We’ll help you calculate how much you could afford to borrow.
What fees will I pay when I remortgage?
There are several fees you could pay, such as arrangement fees or administration charges. However, not all of them will always apply. We’ll talk you through all the details, informing your decision making: including interest rates, insurance and arrangement fees.
Why should I use a mortgage adviser?
We’re here to remove the hassle of finding the right mortgage, saving you time and money. You can trust us to give truly bespoke mortgage advice and to do what’s right for you.
Can I change lender?
Yes, absolutely. If we find a better mortgage deal elsewhere, you’re able to switch between lenders. Often the new lender will even pay for the legal services to handle all the paperwork.
Will you help me with the paperwork?
We find that most people end up on a Standard Variable Rate or missing out on market leading rates simply because the paperwork is confusing, complicated and seems long winded. We’re here to give a helping hand all the way through and to simplify the process.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Think carefully before securing your debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.