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Introduction

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If you are looking to remortgage, you will want to know which mortgage interest rates are available.

yourmortgage.co.uk allows you to compare the market for mortgage loans, explains how the various deals such as fixed rates, variable mortgages and trackers work, and details the best mortgage deals available. But is also answers basic questions, such as: what is remortgaging? and tells you how to remortgage.

Remortgaging your homeloan or buy-to-let mortgage can save you money if you get a lower interest rate, but there are mortgage fees involved, and pitfalls to be aware of, so it is important that you do your homework before proceeding.

Use our mortgage calculators to work out how much you could save by remortgaging to a new deal.

 

How To

How to remortgage: going direct vs using a broker

How to remortgage to a better deal - direct with a lender or using an experience...

How to avoid the remortgage pitfalls

There are drawbacks to remortgaging, and it makes sense to be aware of any poten...

How to switch your mortgage

Many mortgage prisoners have been locked into deals with their lender, but is no...

How to get a further advance

If your property has increased in value, you could borrow more money against it ...

How to remortgage your buy to let

Like your primary residential mortgage and many other things in life, it pays to...

How to sort out your interest-only mortgage

Borrowers with interest-only mortgages should consider their options

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Speak to an adviser

If you are considering carrying out a remortgage and would like to speak to an impartial adviser free of charge, read on.

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Leap in borrowers taking out longer mortgage terms

Longer working lives and affordability pressures are resulting in a shift away from traditional 25-year mortgages to longer-term products, research published by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has shown.

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