Remortgaging may be useful for reducing monthly expenditure, consolidating outstanding debts, or releasing equity.
If you have a mortgage, in may be possible to remortgage in order to reduce your mortgage payments to a more affordable level.
Or it may even be possible to remortgage to release equity from your home in order to clear your unsecured debts altogether!
What is remortgaging?
Remortgaging is when you replace an existing mortgage with a new mortgage without moving home. It might involve changing mortgage lender or opting for another product with your existing lender.
Remortgaging has been a popular way of reducing repayments and releasing capital and can be useful as a means of consolidating debts. Taking remortgage advice can therefore be beneficial financially.
Remember securing unsecured debt onto your property could put your home at risk of repossession, if you do not meet your monthly mortgage commitments.
Can I remortgage to pay off other unsecured debts?
Remortgaging could potentially offer some relief as a debt solution for people experiencing a certain level of debt. If you have owned your property for some time, it could be that the equity in your home is worth more than your outstanding unsecured debts.
If you’d like to find out more about remortgaging, please talk to your existing mortgage provider, or contact an Independent Financial Advisor (IFA) to discuss your options. To find an IFA in your area, visit www.unbiased.co.uk.
What if a remortgage isn’t right for me?
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Call us today on 0800 280 2816 for a confidential, no obligation chat about your options. Or you can complete and submit our online Debt Help form and we’ll call you back.