Remortgaging is the process of switching your existing mortgage to another mortgage lender, usually to lower the amount you’re paying on your mortgage.
You are not obliged to stick with your original lender for the full mortgage term, and you can move to another lender at any time to get a lower interest rate – you don’t have to be buying a new home. Remortgaging could save you hundreds or even thousands of pounds over the term of the mortgage. It is important to note that early repayment charges may be applied by the existing lender.
We will be pleased to help and advise you further on how to switch and save.
This information does not contain all of the detail you would need to choose a mortgage. Make sure you read your individual Key Facts Illustration (KFI) plus or the new European Standardised Information Sheet (ESIS) before you make a decision.
A KFI plus or ESIS gives you tailored information, based on a particular mortgage and the level of lending you require, which is important to help you make your decision. This includes associated rates and fees, the overall cost of the mortgage and your monthly payments.
Please note this does not constitute mortgage advice and the figures shown are purely a guide. The actual rate available will depend upon your circumstances. Please ask for a KFI plus / ESIS.