REMORTGAGE DEAL NETWORK UK
THE UK FINANCIAL ADVISORS BEST KEPT SECRET !
Welcome to the holding page for Remortgage Deal Network UK, an independent network of finance sites to help borrowers beat the system and get a great remortgage deal in the UK whether they have a good or poor credit rating. You have either found us by accident, or have been told about our site. Either way, you are on your way to a great new remortgage deal. You are under no obligation to accept any offer from any company on this site.
Maybe your current high street bank has the best remortgage deal, but how do you know?
Does your remortgage have hidden charges?
Are you being turned down because you have a slight blemish on your credit record?
Are you being offered high remortgage rates simply because you are self employed?
Poor credit rating or simply looking for a better remortgage rate, this is the site you need to use. Our top 3 most visited sites (you are under no obligation to visit these) are here. The rest of our listed sites are at the end of this page.
THE TOP 3 MOST POPULAR REMORTGAGE AND SECURED LOAN SITES (these get 1000's of hits every day)
www.remortgagedeal.org.uk (general remortgage site)
www.problemremortgage.biz (for problem remortgages and self employed schemes)
www.bigloanco.co.uk (for problem remortgages and secured loans)
YOUR REMORTGAGE DEAL - A SIMPLE GUIDE
A remortgage is simply getting a better remortgage deal with a new loan secured on your property. Therefore even a problem remortgage should not be an issue. You can get problem remortgage advice throughour network. We may deal with your existing bank or with a new problem remortgage lender. Dealing with a new remortgage lender may be beneficial because a new lender will offer you an incentive to take out your remortgage deal with them.
Why remortgage? - a remortgage deal throughus may get you a better loan rate, remortgage to save money, remortgage to save on monthly payments. It pays to shop around. A remortgage deal through us may also allow you to pay off your loan earlier, or raise extra cash for a new car or holiday. You may also wish to get a new remortgage deal to raise funds for home improvements or to extend your home. A remortgage deal with extra cash allows you to consolidate debts, especially unsecured debts which may be on a higher interest rate. This may cut your monthly repayments.
How To Get Your New Remortgage Deal
You can go to your current lender and ask for a new remortgage deal. Or you can try us here. We have access to most major remortgage lenders andbetween us deal with 1000's of remortgage products and remortgage deal applications. We try and make your remortgage process simple !
Remortgage Deal Process
It is simpler to remortgage than secure a new mortgage.Click on a link that suits you best for a fast response. A qualified advisor will review your remortgage enquiry and contact you to ensure they have all the right details. Depending upon your specific circumstances they will apply to the most appropriate remortgage lender. You then receive and review your remortgage deal offer. Once you accept your remortgage offer, the legal process takes place and conveyancing is carried out. Your remortgage advance is then made available to you and your Solicitor will pay off your original loan before sending the surplus remortgage funds to you.
Remortgage Deal Costs
Although it is invariably cheaper to get a new remortgage deal throughus than secure a new mortgage, you may have to pay some remortgage costs. For example valuation charge, legal fees, arrangement fee, broker fee, redemption penalty. These should be negotiated with your new remortgage lender and legal representative. Even after these costs it is generally cheaper to remortgage, but you should still calculate them carefully before committing to your new remortgage deal.
Self-employed "in the dark" About Self Cert Remortgage Deal - 'Half of the self-employed and those with second incomes do not know about self-cert mortgages and remortgage deals, according to a new survey. A poll by Mortgage Express revealed that 71 per cent of self-employed and secondary income workers are unaware of how self-cert mortgages and remortgage deal work and 49 per cent did not know of their existence.
Furthermore 56 per cent did not know they might not be eligible for a standard mortgage. Andy Wiggans, director of mortgage products at Mortgage Express, said: "Our findings show that the potential self-cert market is strong and has grown by an estimated 15 per cent over the past four years. "Yet lack of consumer awareness regarding this product is still preventing many eligible consumers from getting on or climbing up the property ladder."
He added that while self-cert mortgages were not ideal for all, they could be a solution for those are dependant on secondary or variable incomes. "With the expertise that intermediaries have, they are ideally placed to demystify self-cert, ensuring that clients are provided with the best guidance possible," he said. Source: AOL/Mortgage Express.
The Rise Of UK Consumer Spending - Consumer spending has hit £1.09 trillion per year as Britons fork out more on housing and holidays a report says. The 9% year-on-year rise was partly caused by people splashing out on travel and "trading up" on luxury goods according to analysts Mintel. But buying property and remortgaging is still the nations biggest financial outlay accounting for almost £4 in every £10 spent.
Mintel reported financial decisions such as paying off credit cards, improving homes and paying off mortgages early came lower down the list of priorities, but were still most peoples biggest and major financial decision. Source: AOL/Mintel
Blacklisted ? - Contrary to popular belief there's no such thing as a credit or finance blacklist. If you think you have been credit blacklisted (or more to the point a friend in a pub tells you a problem remortgage blacklist exists) you are both wrong. A third of the population has been refused credit at some point, but 40% of this group have no idea why. Separate fact from fiction with our easy guide. LEARN MORE
Tips On Loans And Debts - Some 2.5 million people in Britain are struggling with paying back their debts, a rise of 700,000 people in just six months, new figures reveal. A YouGov poll commissioned by debt consultancy firm Thomas Charles found 8.4 million people or one in five of the UK population has unsecured debts of over £10,000. You may find it easier to remortgage and pay off your unsecured debts. Read our guide on managing your finances. LEARN MORE
Using A SubPrime Lender May Not Be Such A Bad Thing - Life can be a very simple thing. We all have wants and needs and will do our best to get them. If things are not easily available we are hunters, we find other ways of achieving them. This is also true for our financial goals. What we cannot find in one way, we will find in another. So you cannot get your remortgage from a high street lender, why not remortgage with a problem remortgage lender ? As long as they are regulated and professional, why shouldn't you ? LEARN MORE
Insolvency Hot Spots - With interest rates fluctuating again and remortgages at an all time high the national debt is also rising and looks to bust the £1.3 trillion mark. There were 107,000 insolvencies recorded in England And Wales last year a rise of 60%. However, a little known fact is the sleepy seaside town of Torquay is the insolvency hotspot of the UK. Shocked. Here are the top 10 insolvency hotspots in the UK. LEARN MORE
OTHER LINKED REMORTGAGE SITES
This site is for UK customers only. Remortgage Deal Network UK is a trading style of the Switch Metro Finance Group, Consumer Credit License 578758. Data Protection Z881639X. PO Box 575 Orpington, Kent, BR6 8WD. It is an introducer of clients to regulated and unregulated mortgage lenders/brokers. The content of our site should be read as 'information' and not 'advice'. We do not charge the client for use of our service, but we may receive an introductory fee from the lender/broker. Switch Finance Group or our subsidiaries hold no responsibility for any advice given by our partner companies.
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This subsidiary is therefore exempt from FSA regulation as each of the highlighted points.
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