Remortgage

Why remortgage your property?

 

There are a number of reasons why people remortgage their property, from raising money for home improvements to helping with other financial commitments. Market Weighton Mortgage & Risk Solutions are able to help you to remortgage your home, we have outlined the following reasons you may be looking to remortgage and how we can help.

Lower interest rate

You may be looking to remortgage to see if there are are more competitive deals available from other lenders.

Raise money

If your property has equity you may wish to make improvments on your home, invest in another property or use this value for another personal reason. You may be able to remortgage to a new lender and borrow additional funds which will help you to enjoy the additional money but still keeping your monthly payments at a manageable level.

Change mortgage product

You may look to remortgage your property to see if there are are more competitive deals available from other lenders.

Consolidate Debts

You can use the equity in your home to help with debt you may have. Remortgaging your home may be a solution to help free up cash to consolidate your debts and reduce stress.

Change your mortgage term

Mortgages are stretched over a long period and your circumstances will change within that time. You may choose to want to change your mortgage term over that time too, you may be able to pay off your mortgage quicker and retire earlier than planned, or you may be struggling with money and choose to increase the term to reduce payments. Market Weighton Mortgage & Risk Solutions can help with your remortgage and advise you through the process.

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Think carefully before securing other debts against your property; your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Our fees: £495 – first-time buyer, debt consolidation & multi-income stream mortgages. £295 – Standard remortgage and purchase.

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