Remortgage with Poor Credit – The Facts

Are you thinking about a remortgage? Are you unsure what that term means? Are you worried your credit score may let you down or even prevent you from remortgaging altogether?

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Reasons for remortgaging your home

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Remortgaging is a process that most homeowners will go through at some stage in their lives, yet many don’t fully understand what it is or how it works. There are a number of reasons why you might choose to remortgage your home, whether it’s to save or raise money. What is a remortgage? Remortgaging is […]

Bad Credit Remortgage

If you’ve got a mortgage you might be able to make huge savings each month by remortgaging, even if you’ve got bad credit We’ve helped hundreds of customers like you find a bad credit remortgage product that makes a real difference to their monthly outgoings. Here we’ll cover: What a remortgage is, and reasons to […]

Why Should I Bother To Remortgage?

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Remortgaging can help you to save money every month, and be a good way to get a lump sum of money, instead of taking out a personal loan. What is a remortgage? A remortgage is when you take out another mortgage on your home to replace your current loan or to borrow extra money against […]

We can help you remortgage even with bad credit

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If you have bad credit and need to remortgage your home, then don’t worry as we should be able to help. We understand there can be lots of reasons for people having an impaired credit profile and will look into your circumstances to make sure you’re offered the most suitable solution. A mortgage is not […]

What does the interest rate rise mean for you?

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There’s been plenty in the news recently about interest rates rising for the first time in over 10 years. The Bank of England has raised the base rate from 0.25% to 0.5%. This means you could be paying roughly £200 more a year for every £100,000 you owe.