Mortgages

Remortgages

At Best UK Mortgages we specialise in putting our clients in touch with an independant NO FEE* remortgage advisor. Your advisor will be happy to search through the entire mortgage market in the UK to find you the best deal whatever your circumstances.

Your independent Whole of Market mortgage broker will keep you informed with any progress.

Your mortgage advisor will offer some exclusive deals from many of the UK'S mortgage lenders and they will process your mortgage application taking complete care over the whole remortgage process right up until completion.

With the major increases in property prices over the last few years remortgaging has become more popular and as such the competition from the lenders has increased with providers offering great incentive to encourage homeowners to switch their mortgage with low fixed rates or a free legal service and sometimes a free valuation on your property too. This means you can now transfer your existing mortgage with little or no cost.

Your Fast and effecient CONVEYANCING means you could be looking at a remortgage within weeks. However since the credit crunch where property prices have fallen and variable rates have fallen to an all time low it may be best to stay with your current lender. Our advisors will look at your situation and advise accordingly.

The remortgage process involves switching from one mortgage lender to another for a new mortgage loan at a better rate or to raise further capital. Sometimes you can even stay with your current lender. Standard and bad / adverse credit remortgages for UK residents are available at some of the lowest rates whether that is a fixed or variable rate.

You can, however, often get a better deal by switching your mortgage to another provider who has put together a better deal that suits your financial circumstances today.

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Your broker will have many years experience in helping home owners save money. Your advisor would look at your current lender and see whether it is best to stay with your existing lender or move to a new lender whilst also taking account of any early repayment charges you may have with your current mortgage product.

*In most instances there will be no broker fees for arranging your mortgage, however in some situations this is unavoidable, but your advisor will discuss this in detail and provide their IDD to explain this to you.