One of the benefits of buying a home with Aberdein Considine is that we have everything you need 'under one roof'.
It is likely that you will need a mortgage to help fund your next home purchase - and without visiting every high street lender it can be difficult to be absolutely sure you have sourced the best mortgage deal.
However, our fully-independent mortgage advisers can help provide advice - and unlike some banks and building societies can secure what really is the best product for you.
We can access more than 3,000 mortgage products from major high street lenders – and in the vast majority of cases do not charge broker fees to arrange the loan.
We usually obtain ‘decisions in principal’ online while you wait, so you leave your appointment knowing how the land lies.
Use our 'mortgage calculator' tool to estimate how much you could borrow.
With mortgage rates at record lows, many people can save substantial sums of money each month by remortgaging.
The average five-year fixed rate is below 3% for the first time ever - and whilst it might not stay like that for too long, it’s still a great time to lock into medium term fixed rate deals in the knowledge they probably won’t go any lower in the short term.
Our mortgage advisers can do the hard work for you and shop around for the best deal.
If your home has risen in value during the period of your mortgage, you may well want to see the benefit of this value through equity release.
Remortgaging is one of the ways you can do this, as it can be built into the terms of the deal, however it basically amounts to further lending on your property, and should therefore not be entered into lightly.
This is a lifetime mortgage. To understand the features and risks, ask for a personalised illustration.
If you would like to speak to one of our advisers about arranging a mortgage or remortgage, click here.
Note: Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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