Debt consolidation mortgage

Consolidate your debts into one payment and have peace of mind!

Partner has bad credit, will it affect my mortgage

Debt consolidation allows you move all or some of your debts into one loan.  You will only have to make one payment per month with one interest rate charged.  You could also improve your credit rating.  If you have a bad credit history, this also shows creditors that you are taking responsibility for your finances.

  • Stress and hassle free
  • Let us do the hard work for you
  • Secured or unsecured debts consolidated
  • Refinance up to 90% of the property value

Mortgage application process

4 simple steps for applying for a mortgage. See more about the mortgage application process here

Complete our
pre-qualify form

Let us know a few details about the mortgage you require

A mortgage specialist will call

One of our brokers will call and get a few more details of your requirements

We search for your perfect mortgage

We will search the market for the best rates for your circumstances

A Decision in Principle is made

We will secure a DIP with a lender, if you approve we move forward with a full application.

Whatever your financial goals, there will be something for you

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We're on a mission to save you money on your mortgage

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Why use a mortgage broker for a debt consolidation mortgage?

Mortgage brokers can help you find the best deals on the market – not just from one lender. With a broker you’ll get:

  • Valuable knowledge, through years of experience helping customers to find mortgages
  • An improved chance at finding a mortgage, some mortgages are only available through a broker
  • Help with the application process, as usually just one application can be used across various lenders
  • Advice on how to improve your chances, for instance getting a guarantor or applying for a joint mortgage

We specialise in helping people find a mortgage and remortgage.

We require your details only once and we’ll know the best lenders for your circumstance and give you the best rates.

What should I do next?

There are many ways to contact us

Enquire online – our simple online form takes just a few minutes.

Give us a Call – our qualified advisers will assess what you are looking and do all the hard work for you searching the market – 0800 197 0504.

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Debt Consolidation FAQ

Debt consolidation is the process of moving all or a portion of your debt into one consolidated loan. The consolidation loan is then used to clear your existing debt with the other lenders, allowing you to close those accounts.

Streamlining your debt can significantly help to manage your money as you will only have to make one payment each month to one loan provider. Each of your individual loans will also have varying interest rates depending on what types of loan they are. With your debt all in one place you will only have one interest rate to keep track of – which can often be less than what you were paying individually for each loan – potentially lowering your monthly repayments.

Managing your finances by consolidating your loans can also help to improve your credit rating. If you have a bad credit history, this shows creditors that you are taking responsibility for your finances.

Here we have put together a list of the main benefits of a debt consolidation loan.

Consolidated loans can either be secured, where an asset – such as your home – is used as security if there are any missed payments, or unsecured, where the lender has no claim to your financial assets if you miss any payments, but can instead take you to court.

In many cases, secured loans allow you to borrow more money with a lower interest rate. You also have a better chance of being approved for a secured loan if you have a low credit rating, but you do have the risk of losing your home if you miss payments. Unsecured loans don’t have these risks but also don’t let you borrow as much and have high-interest amounts.

Remortgaging your home is also another consolidation option that you could consider.

Although consolidating your debt might seem like a good idea, it might not be the best option for you. Before considering whether to take out this type of loan, you should make a list of all your current debt and see if it’s more cost effective for you to consolidate it or if the combined interest rate would make this more expensive for you. You should also see if there are any redemption fees if you choose to repay your loan earlier than you originally agreed.

For free initial advice from our qualified mortgage brokers about a Debt Consolidation Mortgage, call 0800 197 0504 or click below to request a callback at a time to suit you.


Below are some of the lenders we work with

Case Study

Mr C had been in an IVA, which he’d now completed, and Mrs C was currently in a Debt Management Plan. They wanted to consolidate their secured loan, plus three other debts, into a new mortgage product – hoping that this would bring down their monthly repayments.

At Clever Mortgages we were pleased to be able to help them, and we secured them a new mortgage which is now saving them a significant £485 every month! This is making a real difference to their lives, and helping them get back on track, improving their credit score.

Previous Mortgage£61,000£4901.25%12 Years
Previous Secured Loan £43,000£43610%12 Years
Previous Unsecured debts£44,320£657VariousVarious
New Mortgage£150,00£1097.672.10%13 Years

Previous Mortgage

Balance £61,000
Payment £490
Rate 1.25%
Term 12 Years

Previous Secured Loan

Balance £43,000
Payment £436
Rate 10%
Term 12 Years

Previous Unsecured Debts

Balance £44,320
Payment £657
Rate Various
Term 13 Years

New Mortgage

Balance £150,000
Payment £1097.67
Rate 2.10%
Term 13 Years