Are you paying too much for your current mortgage? Roughly. But why stick with a lender who’s overcharging you, when you could be saving up to £371 a month on your repayments? Remortgaging allows you to secure a cheaper interest rate, reducing the amount you owe on your mortgage. Whatever your reason for remortgaging - whether it’s to save money, take out cash against your property or something else - switching deals has never been easier.
Why remortgage with ClearScore?
We’ve partnered withon our new, instant remortgage comparison tool. Designed to simplify the whole process, you can now compare a range of mortgages and see how much you could save in as little as 15 seconds. That’s right: less than the time it takes to make a cup of tea or send a text. Say goodbye to pages of pointless forms - just answer a few questions about the type of mortgage you’re looking for and we’ll do the maths to tell you how much you could save. If we don’t think it’s worth switching, we’ll let you know.
If you’re unsure of your home’s value, that’s fine - when you remortgage with ClearScore, we’ll do an instant valuation of your property using the address on your credit report. (If you’re curious to see how the value of your home has changed,to offer you a free valuation.)
When’s the right time to remortgage?
Before you dive in, do your research and decide whether remortgaging is the right option for you. If your home has increased in value, or you want to overpay on your mortgage but your current lender won’t let you, then remortgaging is something you might want to consider. One of the most popular times to remortgage is when you’re approaching the end of your fixed-rate mortgage - we explain more about this below. Either way, we’ll let you know whether you’re better off switching or staying.
Remortgage your home in 3 steps
Step 1: Confirm your remortgage details
We’ve pre-filled details of your current property and remortgage requirements based on what we already know about you, including a current valuation of your home. Update anything that’s not right to get the most accurate quote.
Step 2: Compare offers and find the best deal
We search the market to find the most suitable mortgage offers based on your details, and you’ll see these listed on the results page. Each offer shows the lender, interest rate, monthly repayment amount and how much you’ll save on monthly mortgage repayments compared to your existing deal. When comparing offers, make sure you look at the upfront fees involved as these can quickly outweigh any savings you might make from a lower interest rate. So you might be better off with a higher interest rate but a lower fee.
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Step 3: Apply online
Once you’ve applied, the lender will send you a binding offer (providing you pass their affordability and eligibility checks -before applying). We’ll keep an eye on the market and let you know when it’s a good time to switch deals again, so that’s one less thing for you to worry about.
Think remortgaging could be the right route for you? Visit yournow to see how much you could save. There’s no obligation to apply, and remember that if the drawbacks outweigh the benefits, it might be best to hold off until your situation changes.