In society today we all have wants and dreams and wishes. We may have visited sunnier climes than the UK and enjoyed it so much we have wanted to buy a holiday home. Alternately we may require more living space but not be able to buy the next property up the mortgage ladder, or we can not find a property we like in the area we would prefer. Well the answer is a remortgage. Our remortgage could mean us staying in the property that we love and making the changes to it we require and, provided we seek planning permission for large changes, the reason we use the money for a remortgage need not be a major factor.
With our remortgage we could release capital, gain a better rate or improve our credit rating by consolidatingating our debts. By far the most popular way of buying our holiday home in the sun is with a remortgage.
With your remortgage the fact that you have equity in your property can be a huge bonus as you could increase your existing mortgage if required to encompass home improvements, debt consolidation, buying a new car or take the family on a luxury holiday.
Even if you have bad credit such as arrears, ccj's or any other bad credit you could still take out a remortgage. Whether employed, self employed or retired, lenders will allow you to remortgage so you can fulfill your dreams and desires.
Your application for a remortgage
Your application for a remortgage can either be taken out by approaching your existing lender or trawling the high street and possibly spending hours collecting pamphlets and quotes to take back home. Or you can use the simplest tool of all, the one you are on now, the internet. At the click of your mouse the world of remortgages opens up to you and all the lenders that do remortgages are there for you so you can read all about the terms conditions, rates and what they will and wont allow you to remortgage for.
Your next step is to decide the amount that you want your remortgage for and the term you require it over. Your remortgage may come with a more competitive rate than your current lender. Remember to check with your current lender to see if by moving your mortgage you have to pay an early repayment or redemption fee as some lenders do charge a fee.
Remortgaging to a new lender or with your existing lender can open up a world of possibilities for you. Imagine, if you can, where you could be in three month's time. You could be sitting in that new conservatory, driving that new car, being enjoying the extra money you have available since consolidating your debts into your remortgage. You could even be staying in your new holiday home in the sun. The choice is there for you take advantage of it or just do market research and imagine what your remortgage could mean to you.