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what all the costs of moving will be.

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Is your current mortgage as competitive as the best new deals on the market today?

You can save hundreds - perhaps thousands - of pounds by shopping around, so it’s a good idea to review your mortgage regularly to check whether you should switch to a better deal.

How often should you review your mortgage?

Ideally you should keep a regular eye out for better mortgage deals – new ones are coming on to the market all the time and if you’re not locked in to a fixed period deal with an early repayment charge it could be worth your while changing lenders (remortgaging) at any time.

At the very least, you should review your mortgage:

  • When interest rates change – because this will affect how competitive your current deal is
  • When your current mortgage deal comes to an end – as your rate may increase
  • Once a year if you’re not tied in to deal with early repayment penalties – to see how your current deal compares to new deals that have come onto the market.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

If you do nothing when rates change or your mortgage deal ends you could lose out to many better deals that are available in the market.

Set up a reminder to review your mortgage

We can help you by setting up a reminder service now to review your mortgage once a year – or before your current fixed deal ends. You could save yourself hundreds of pounds!

Complete this quick form and we will review your mortgage on your behalf.

Why else remortgage?

Sometimes people consider remortgaging to consolidate debt or increase borrowing. If you are considering either of these options, it is best to speak to a professional to ensure you are getting the best advice.

Remortgages FAQs

  • How much would changing mortgage lender cost me?
  • Can I get a better interest rate on my mortgage with a new mortgage lender?
  • Can you help me remortgage with my current mortgage lender?
It could cost you nothing! Many mortgage lenders offer incentives to move your mortgage to them like free valuation fees and free legal services.
The mortgage market is very competitive, so it is very likely you can get a better interest rate on your mortgage by changing mortgage lender.
Occasionally, your existing lender might have the best mortgage deal for you at the end of your existing product period. If this is the case, we can normally arrange the better mortgage deal for you.