The average loan size for those remortgaging was £174,685 in June 2019
Take the first steps to remortgaging your home now.
A remortgage means that you switch to a new mortgage with a new lender, or to a different mortgage with the same provider.
If your current mortgage deal has ended, or is ending soon, you could save money by remortgaging rather than paying your lender’s standard variable rate.
You can also remortgage if you’re still in your current deal or if you’re moving house but you’ll need to consider early repayment charges, which can be expensive.
While saving money is the main reason to remortgage, it might be right for you if you want the security of a fixed-rate, if you need to borrow more, or if you need a different type of mortgage, such as one with greater flexibility.
This will depend on your individual circumstances, but it only takes a minute to use the MortgageGym eligibility calculator to find mortgages you’re eligible for.
Your eligibility to remortgage depends on:
If you decide to remortgage, you’ll have to pay these fees during the process:
Repayment mortgages are one of the two types of mortgages available in the UK. With a repayment mortgage, you pay off the interest and borrowed capital each month for a fixed term.
The other type of mortgage is interest only - where you repay the interest on your mortgage for a fixed term. You’ll be responsible for repaying the borrowed capital at the end of the term.
Offset mortgages - a variety of repayment mortgages - deduct the amount of money in your savings account from the amount you pay interest on, so your monthly repayments are lower.
Fixed rate mortgages set the interest rate you have to pay for a certain time period, which can be useful for those wanting to budget.
THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME. YOUR HOME OR PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
PLEASE NOTE: THE FCA DOES NOT REGULATE MOST BUY TO LET MORTGAGES
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LMS Monthly Remortgage Snapshot, June 2019.