If you’re hoping to remortgage your property, whether it’s to reduce the amount you pay in interest or free up cash to spend on a large expense, you’ll need to ensure your finances are in good condition first.
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If you’d like to buy your own home or remortgage an existing property, you may be wondering if it’s possible to do so if you’re in debt. It’s a common concern amongst home buyers – and for good reason. With lenders tightening their criteria in recent years in a bid to ensure they only lend to those who can afford to do so, many people have found their applications rejected due to reasons ranging from a low salary to a high level of debt.
Thankfully, debt doesn’t automatically spell a rejected application. Whether or not your application will be accepted will depend on your own individual circumstances. Let’s take a look at this in more detail.
If you’re unhappy with your current mortgage, you may be wondering whether it’s possible to start looking for a new deal. After all, remortgaging your property has the potential to slash the amount of interest you pay and save you thousands of pounds over the course of your mortgage.
One question we’re often asked by clients is when is the best time to start looking for a new mortgage deal. Is it best to search and apply as soon as possible or wait until your current deal expires? Let’s take a look…
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