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Equity Release Remortgages

A common reason to remortgage is to release the equity locked up in your property. You may have any number of reasons for doing this: debt consolidation, home improvements, home extension, school fees, start a business, wedding, new car, to raise a deposit for a second property etc etc. This is usually a fairly straightforward process as the chances are that the property is worth more than you bought it for (depending how long ago this was) and you are probably on a higher income than you were then so will be able to afford the higher mortgage payments.

However there is a payback. You are borrowing more money on which you will be charged interest. Assuming you are a 'safe risk' most lenders will be quite pleased to lend you this extra money although, at the time of writing, lending criteria is getting far more stringent.

An Independent Financial Advisor will be able to discuss this with you and advise you on the best product for your circumstances. He may suggest products that will alow you, in the future, the flexibilty to either increase your mortgage or even reduce it if you find yourself in a position to do so. Many products have this flexibility, such as offset mortgages which make it easier if you and your changing circumstances. Ultimately your advisor can come up with the best product that will save you most money!

Always get independent advice on these products!

To speak to an independent FSA (Financial Services Authority) regulated mortgage advisor now complete our no obligation enquiry form below. This service is completely free and your personal broker is under obligation to give you 'best advice' depending on your circumstances and requirements. Your personal independent broker may suggest other mortgage products to you that you may be unaware of.

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