REMORTGAGE PROPERTY IN ESSEX
Helping your to get the best rates on your mortgage.
Mortgages quite often have have deals that are 2,3 or 5 years initial periods. When this introductory period expires, it is extremely common that your monthly payments will jump significantly (in interest alone!).
You can avoid this happening, it is recommended that you review your mortgage deal around 4 months before your deal is looking to expire. Keep an eye on when this rate is looking to end.
On average remortgaging can take around 2 months to complete so it’s recommended that you come to us within 4 months of it expiring to avoid any last minute issues.
Once your mortgage is in place Lee Berry – Mortgage Adviser in Essex will contact you 4 months before your deal expires to discuss options so you’re not caught out.
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Why People Use Us.
“Highly recommended. Lee helped us get a mortgage when we thought we had exhausted all options elsewhere. After being declined several times by other lenders, Lee was able to help us get the mortgage we wanted straight away and with minimal fuss.”
Over 20 years of experience in the mortgage and property industry
For clients outside the Essex area, telephone appointments are available.
A service designed for people that want a personal and on-hand expert. Available at all times to find the best mortgage deal available but also to help throughout the whole process, whether it be a remortgage, buy to let or home moving process.
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Lee Berry Mortgage Adviser is a trading name of LB FINANCIAL LIMITED and is entered on the Financial Services Register under reference 841329.
Registered office address; 35 Ferndale Road, Rayleigh, Essex SS6 9NN
Registered in England and Wales. Company number - 10798151.
The guidance and/or advice contained within this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime, and is therefore targeted at consumers based in the UK
As a mortgage is secured against your home, it could be repossessed if you do not keep up the mortgage repayments.