Category: Remortgage

Customer Reviews – See what Our Clients have to Say

Customer Satisfaction is at the forefront of everything we do at Mortgage Advice Services and nothing makes us happier than receiving positive customer reviews. Everyone in our team takes part in regular training to ensure that we take the time to understand your individual needs before providing advice tailored around your circumstances. Whether you have… Read more »

The Coronavirus & Your Mortgage? Struggling to Pay Your Mortgage?

Many are worried about the UK impact of the coronavirus on their ability to pay their mortgage. Most banks in Britain should offer those struggling a three-month ‘holiday. We answer some of the most common asked questions about mortgages and how they are affected by the coronavirus.  Are you struggling or looking for a new… Read more »

A No-Nonsense Guide of Special Features for Mortgages in Britain

Mortgage Advice Services understand there are so many mortgage deals on the market, it can be difficult to know which one would best suit your needs.  To help demystify this big decision, we have written no-nonsense articles about various mortgage types and features. In this article we explore examples of important special features for mortgages in… Read more »

Fixed or Variable?  Your No-Nonsense Guide to Mortgage Rates

Mortgage Advice Services understand that choosing which type of mortgage would best suit your personal circumstances is a really big decision, and one of the most important decisions to make is what kind of interest rate option would suit you best? There are lots of different types of deal available, but they are roughly divided… Read more »

Can Paying More mean Paying Less? Overpaying Your Mortgage?

Still wondering when to overpay? If you’re overpaying your mortgage, you don’t just get the advantage of paying interest on a smaller amount of debt. Overpaying also means your loan to value ratio falls faster. And if your LTV falls, it means when it comes to remortgaging, you may be able to get a cheaper… Read more »

Avoiding Bog-Standard Variable Rates; Remortgaging after Introductory Deals Expire

Many of the most attractive mortgage packages only last a short amount of time; often two, three or five years, after which homeowners are typically moved to their lender’s standard variable rate (SVR) unless you remortgage onto another deal. How do SVRs work? SVRs are a type of variable-rate mortgage where payments can go up… Read more »

Need to Borrow More Money? Equity, or Not Equity, that is the Question.

Are you struggling to decide if borrowing more money or holding on to your equity is the best choice today? According to recent figures published by UK Finance, many homeowners are borrowing more money when they move to another mortgage deal.  Cited by the consumers’ association Which?, UK Finance’s data indicates a 9% year on… Read more »

Looking at a Long-Term Remortgage Fix? Why the Underlying SVR still Applies to You

Fixed-term remortgage products are by far and away the most popular remortgaging product for borrowers now. Eight in 10 mortgage shoppers are currently considering them. They are looking for low, fixed monthly payments to control their outgoings and keep track of their finances. Five-year remortgaging fixes are currently the hottest product for borrowers in 2019.… Read more »

Essential Tips to know BEFORE you Overpay on Your Remortgage

Are you in the fortunate position of being able to make overpayments to your remortgage? With savings rates so feeble right now, overpaying on your remortgage can make perfect sense. Given the big interest rate savings you could make, it might seem a no-brainer. But before you jump, you should always check the small print… Read more »