Residential Re-mortgaging



Switching your mortgage to another lender (known as a remortgage) can sometimes reduce your monthly mortgage repayments and/or enable you to release funds for other purposes. We have access to thousands of different remortgage deals, so make sure you talk to us before making a decision about your mortgage.

Sometimes remortgaging your home can be the most cost effective way to reduce your monthly outgoings or release extra funds from the equity of your property for things like home improvements, debt consolidation or even buying a second home.

However, even if you don’t want to raise additional funds, it’s always advisable to review your mortgage on a regular basis because your existing mortgage package may no longer be competitive or flexible enough to meet your current requirements and you could find a better mortgage deal elsewhere with another lender. You may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender, but even taking this into consideration it might still be possible to move you to a more competitive and flexible mortgage and reduce your outgoings.

That’s where we come in. You can rely upon our experienced and qualified mortgage advisors who can advise you on your options and the best mortgage deals available to you.

Whatever your reasons for wishing to remortgage we have access to competitive remortgage packages designed to meet your specific requirements.

If you’re considering debt consolidation, you should be aware that, any reduction in regular payments may result in an increase in the total costs and extension to the repayment period.

Many of our clients are looking to either raise money or switch to another deal, ideally to get better terms on their mortgage.

The main requests include:

  • Home Improvements
  • Debt Consolidation (Repaying existing Credit Cards or Personal Loans)
  • Raising Deposit Monies for further property purchases
  • Reduce or increase the monthly payments
  • Just to get a better Deal – Rates have fallen throughout 2017

As with any normal Mortgage Application, you have to show the loan is affordable, the property is adequate in condition and value, and that you are not over-committed.

Paperwork is always a major requirement for any mortgage application. We will need copies of your last 3 months’ bank statements, payslips and your current ID. If you are self employed then we will need either your Tax Returns (SA302) or company accounts.

We have a Checklist you can download below to ensure you get the right documents.

Chelmsford, Essex:

> 01245 333 222

Hadleigh, Essex:

> 01702 684 222

Liverpool Street, London:

>020 3475 1212