Homemover mortgage - get the best deal, most suitable for you.
If it’s time for a change and you’re looking to move to a new property how do you get the right mortgage deal?
At the Mortgage321, we can give you access to thousands of homemover mortgage deals to find the right one for your new purchase.
Even if porting your existing mortgage is the best option we can help your with the application process
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What are the options when moving.
In the majority of cases, sorting out your new mortgage can be straightforward when moving home, whether you opt to take a new mortgage product to improve upon your current mortgage deal or you port your mortgage deal to your new property.
If you have an existing fixed, discounted or tracker rate mortgage product and you're still within the initial benefit period, it is likely that you will have an early repayment fee to pay. Porting your existing mortgage product is definitely worth considering as this may avoid you having to make payment of the penalty. You may want to consider keeping your current mortgage product if your mortgage has a lower rate than those available currently.
This looks to be obviously one of the simplest options, but deciding whether or not to port your mortgage will depend on a number factors.
There can be drawbacks to simply porting your mortgage. For example, if you want to borrow more to move to a larger property your lender will ask you to take out a new product to cover the difference in borrowing, which comes at a cost with a whole new set of mortgage arrangement fees, available rate options, that may not be as competitive as your original mortgage. Other factors to consider before porting your mortgage include how many years are left on your existing mortgage term, your affordability of your new mortgage and whether you’re looking to downsize or scale up.
Always check for early repayment fees as these can be a significant factor when deciding to port or look for a new mortgage deal.
If you need help with your new mortgage when moving house get in touch for simple, smart, flexible mortgage advice.