The following article from MortgageIntroducer talks about 2916 being a great year for Remortgaging. Last year was the best for remortgages since 2009 as homeowners locked onto rock bottom mortgage rates, research from LMS has found.
Remortgaging has seen a surge in January due to the availability of some great remortgage rates. Signs suggest that rates may rise in the future and so now could be a great time to take the plunge. Research shows that many homeowners fail to realise that they could make significant savings by remortgaging and therefore […]
How to decide whether a mortgage is right for you What are you looking for in a mortgage? Most people might truthfully say that they are simply looking for the lowest possible rate, but there is actually much more to consider. When you are looking at a mortgage – which these days could last up […]
The mortgage market has suddenly become incredibly competitive again, and it can be hard to understand what exactly is on offer. From the many different providers to the extensive range of products and rates available, there are choices to be made. Getting those choices wrong could mean serious financial consequences. You could of course simply […]
Tesco Bank has recently rolled out its mortgage range. Sadly, this does not mean you can now pop down to the supermarket and arrange a home loan along with your groceries. But what is does show is that there are an awful lot of mortgages to choose from, and more are being added. With newcomers […]
There are plenty of mortgage deals around this summer. Pent up demand and a rising housing market is tempting many people to think about a move, and many mortgage providers to find new ways to help them But how can you find the best mortgage deal for you? Comparison sites Online comparison sites are ready […]
People across the UK arranged more than £4.4 billion worth of remortgage lending last month, the highest figure recorded in the month of February since 2009. The value of gross remortgage lending is more than a quarter (26%) higher than February 2015’s figure of £3.5bn. What’s behind this trend? There was actually a small drop […]