Across the UK, we help find fantastic remortgage deals every day via face to face, telephone and internet based advice. We especially enjoy helping people locally, improve their mortgage rate and find a better product for their needs. If your mortgage deal is almost at an end, don’t wait or hesitate to contact Mortgage Advisory Services for free mortgage support.
We can check quickly, comprehensively and without affecting your credit rating, which deals are available that would be an improvement on your current mortgage. We believe in being transparent and open, so you will at no stage be unsure or unaware of what is happening with your remortgage.
Why Should I Remortgage?
It’s important to re-assess your mortgage every time your fixed term deal ends. This is because your lender could switch you to an interest rate which will increase your monthly repayments to your mortgage. Furthermore, after having repaid your mortgage and finishing your fixed rate deal, you could be suitable for a better loan to value (LTV) rate which makes your monthly repayments even better.
Our advisers will check the whole of the market to assess the best remortgage deal available to you, they will complete the paperwork once you have decided and make sure you are kept informed throughout the process.
Getting The Best Remortgage Deal
Whilst it is possible to search online for a remortgage deal yourself, you will not have access to special deals which are only available through intermediaries like ourselves.
In order to be sure you are getting the best possible remortgage deal it’s important to speak to a mortgage expert who will know all necessary information, be able to search the whole of the market and help you make an informed decision.
If our adviser believes you are already on the best mortgage deal they will also make you aware of this. We’re honest and transparent with our advice and throughout the entire process, which often helps our clients feel comfortable in trusting us to arrange their mortgage and recommend us to friends and family.
You may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you remortgage.