A remortgage could help to reduce your monthly payments, you can also use remortgaging to release the equity that's built-up in your property. If you have owned your property for several years, it could be worth more than your outstanding debt so increasing your mortgage could release some extra cash. This could be spent on home improvements.
We can also help review your options when you are reaching the end of an existing mortgage deal or fixed rate term. This includes considering if it’s better to take advantage of a mortgage product from your existing lender where we can also arrange an application for you (product transfer or product switch).
The remortgaging process is much easier than people think. Why not let one of our experienced mortgage advisors do the work for you, examining your current mortgage, looking at which mortgage options are suitable for you and then offering mortgage advice on the most suitable remortgage for your circumstances.
Please be aware that if you are increasing your mortgage to repay financial commitments then the repayment term may be longer than unsecured debt and you may ultimately pay more interest on the debt. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Curwins Mortgage Advisors are based in Plymouth and have access to a wide range of Mortgage providers. Through our experience and access to mortgage sourcing systems we can offer you the latest rates from Mortgage lenders. As Mortgage Specialists, we can search the market to find the best product to suit your particular circumstances as we work for you and not the Mortgage provider.
Our Mortgage Advisors have access to hundreds of different Mortgage deals.
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We'll also manage your application from start to finish, saving you time and hassle.
Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. Typically, we charge a fee of £250 for residential mortgages, however the actual fee will depend on your circumstances and will not exceed £500.