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Get A Better Mortgage Before Rates Go Up

Remortgage to save money

Has your initial mortgage deal come to an end?

By switching to a better deal with a different mortgage provider, remortgaging could potentially allow you to benefit from lower interest rates and lower monthly mortgage repayments.


Mortgage type
Initial rate term
Lloyds Bank logo
2.31% Fixed to 31/08/2032 From Lloyds Bank
Initial rate 2.31%
Monthly cost £659 for 123 months
Overall cost 3.1% APRC
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Lloyds Bank logo
2.31% Fixed to 31/08/2032 From Lloyds Bank
Initial rate 2.31%
Monthly cost £659 for 123 months
Overall cost 3.1% APRC
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Reliance Bank logo
2.35% Fixed to 30/09/2024 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 2.35%
Monthly cost £662 for 28 months
Overall cost 4.2% APRC
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Lloyds Bank logo
2.38% Fixed to 31/08/2024 From Lloyds Bank
Initial rate 2.38%
Monthly cost £664 for 27 months
Overall cost 4.2% APRC
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Lloyds Bank logo
2.38% Fixed to 31/08/2024 From Lloyds Bank
Initial rate 2.38%
Monthly cost £664 for 27 months
Overall cost 4.2% APRC
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NatWest logo
2.44% Fixed to 31/07/2024 From NatWest
Initial rate 2.44%
Monthly cost £668 for 26 months
Overall cost 4.3% APRC
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NatWest Int Sols logo
2.44% Fixed to 31/07/2024 From NatWest Int Sols
Initial rate 2.44%
Monthly cost £668 for 26 months
Overall cost 4.3% APRC
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Royal Bank of Scotland logo
2.44% Fixed to 31/07/2024 From Royal Bank of Scotland
Initial rate 2.44%
Monthly cost £668 for 26 months
Overall cost 4.3% APRC
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MPowered Mortgages logo
2.45% Fixed to 31/07/2027 From MPowered Mortgages
Initial rate 2.45%
Monthly cost £669 for 62 months
Overall cost 3.9% APRC
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Reliance Bank logo
2.45% Fixed to 30/09/2027 From Reliance Bank
Initial rate 2.45%
Monthly cost £669 for 64 months
Overall cost 3.7% APRC
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Paying too much on your mortgage?

A staggering £2.78 billion of interest being paid by people on the wrong mortgage deal...!

According to latest research by L&C Mortgages* 36% of UK homeowners are sitting on their lender Standard Variable Rate (SVR).  The current average lender SVR is 4.40%. So when you took out your mortgage there is a good chance that you were given a fixed initial rate deal e.g. 2,3 or 5 years.

So at the end of the initial rate you will usually have been switched automatically to the lender’s Standard variable Rate (SVR) of interest. 

If this is you will probably be paying a lot more interest on your mortgage repayments each month than you need to.

You are not alone. 4 million UK homeowners are in the same boat.

Remortgaging your home is simple and if you are a homeowner with a mortgage it makes a lot of sense to review your monthly payments.

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Are you looking to raise additional funds on your mortgage?

By remortgaging you may be able to releasing equity in your home.

People often remortgage to provide money for:

  • Home improvements
  • New Kitchen
  • New En-suite bathroom
  • Consolidate other existing debts.

Remortgaging can be a good low cost way of paying for your new home project.


*Research carried out by London & Country March 2017