Expert Help to Find the Best Mortgage or Remortgage Deal for You
There are more than 150 mortgage lenders in the UK. Between them they offer over 4000 different mortgage and remortgage deals. |
There are standard variable rate mortgages, fixed rate mortgages, flexible mortgages (including offset mortgages and current account mortgages), capped rate mortgages, discounted mortgages, base rate tracker mortgages, buy-to-let mortgages, self-certification mortgages, and in the past there were mortgages that offered up to 125% of the property value.
There are even mortgages and remortgages for people who have credit problems (for example CCJs) or have been refused a mortgage in the past.
Interest rates and the amount you can borrow vary from lender to lender, as do the tie-in periods and redemption penalties on some loans.
Some banks and building societies will pay some or all of the arrangement, survey, and legal fees involved in a mortgage or remortgage.
With so many different mortgage and remortgage options available, it is essential to take expert advice before deciding which product to choose. And that's where Essex Mortgages can help.
Essex Mortgages can put you in touch with a qualified mortgage broker or independent financial adviser in your area. Our chosen panel of mortgage brokers have access to a wide range of mortgage and remortgage products and can give you the information you need to find the best mortgage deal for your particular individual circumstances.
If you are looking to buy a new home, or would like to see if a remortgage could save money on your existing mortgage, why not complete our simple on-line enquiry form and one of our panel of mortgage consultants will contact you for a no-obligation discussion.
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