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To remortgage your house basically means to change your existing mortgage for a new one, without moving to a new home. You might want to remortgage for added security, if you think a better rate is available which will save you money on repayments; or to raise capital to pay for a home improvements such as a new kitchen, extension or a conservatory, or you may have reached the end of a fixed rate mortgage.
Remortgaging deals can be expensive, so be sure to shop around. Many lenders offer free valuation and legal fees, but this may be at the expense of a higher interest rate.
You can compare the cheapest remortgage rates in this Best Buy remortgage table, which shows a selection of the best fixed rate remortgage, discount rate and tracker deals.
When you look at our best buys, you will see that we have selected products from across different loan-to-value tiers in order to give a wide overview of what’s available.
Once you've decided on the remortgage you want, use our handy remortgage calculator to work out how much your monthly repayments will be.
If you can’t find a product that’s right for you don’t worry – you can use our quick and easy mortgage finder to access a more comprehensive list of mortgages.
If you can’t find a remortgage product that’s right for you, don’t worry – speak to an expert Mortgage Adviser.
We've launched the Moneyfacts Mortgage Sevice in partnership with Premier Financial Group to help with your decision. To talk to a remortgage broker, simply ‘Request callback’
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If you have experienced bad or adverse credit or have had an IVA and are looking to remortgage we strongly advise you to contact a specialist remortgage broker to assist you with your choice.
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