The base rate goes up to 2.25%

The base rate goes up to 2.25%

There has been another base rate increase just announced today. Find out what this means for your mortgage. The Bank of England has just announced it is increasing the base rate from 1.75% to 2.25%. The base rate dropped to 0.1% (an all-time low) after Covid first hit...
Can you extend the term of your mortgage?

Can you extend the term of your mortgage?

Finding it increasingly tough to meet your monthly mortgage payments in light of rising costs? Don’t let things get worse… extending your mortgage term may be a possible solution. With the cost of living going up, you may be worried about your ability to pay your...
Remortgaging and product transfers

Remortgaging and product transfers

Remortgaging and product transfers are not the same. What’s the difference and which one is likely to be best for you? It depends on your situation. Here’s a quick guide. If your fixed-rate mortgage deal is coming to an end soon, you may be thinking of remortgaging,...
Is now a good time to remortgage?

Is now a good time to remortgage?

Can you secure a competitive rate on your mortgage when your current deal comes to an end? There’s a good range of options out there, and you may not want to wait too long either… here’s our guide to remortgaging. Remortgaging simply means moving your mortgage...
How remortgaging could save you money

How remortgaging could save you money

Remortgaging is a hot topic at present with interest rates currently very competitive. Find out whether remortgaging might be a suitable option for you. Remortgaging means moving your mortgage on your existing property to a new deal with your current lender or moving...
Six reasons to consider remortgaging

Six reasons to consider remortgaging

Remortgaging means moving your current mortgage deal to a new lender or taking out a new product with your current lender. If you remortgage, interest rates can be appealing as lenders will be eager to entice you. We reveal some key reasons to consider it… 1. Your...