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Buy to let remortgage deals explained

A remortgage deal is a mortgage you can switch to from an existing mortgage and a buy to let mortgage is a mortgage you take out specifically for renting to tenants. Find out about buy to let remortgages here.

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Equity release mortgages

Equity release mortgages

Equity release involves unlocking the value of your property and turning it into cash. Find out all you need to know about equity release mortgages in our guide.

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How can you get mortgage with bad credit?

Two Year Fixed Rate Mortgages - Pros and Cons

A two year fixed rate mortgage will protect you against potential interest rate rises. Read all about the pros and cons of two year fixed rate mortgages.

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Find the best buy to let mortgage deals and rates

Tracker mortgages - what are they and how do they work?

Your questions on tracker mortgages. Find out what a tracker mortgage is, see tracker mortgage rates and compare tracker mortgage deals with Uswitch

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How to build your own home

Find out more about how to build your own home. Building your own home could be cheaper than buying a house, but there's a lot to consider.

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Are cashback mortgages worth it?

How to Apply for a Mortgage?

To apply for a mortgage you need as minimum as three months bank statements, proof of income and your passport or any other identification

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Could you afford your mortgage if rates rise?

The mortgage interest rate determines how much your monthly repayments will cost. The higher your interest rate, the higher your mortgage repayments.

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Are cashback mortgages worth it?

Who can get a mortgage?

Mortgages are typically most accessible to people aged between 25 and 40, who have a larger than average and reliable income and sizeable savings

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Who are the biggest mortgage lenders in the UK?

The largest UK mortgage providers are often Lloyds, Santander, Nationwide, Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland and HSBC

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Are cashback mortgages worth it?

When should you remortgage?

You should look to remortgage to a new deal when your current introductory mortgage rate is close to ending, but not before - Read the Uswitch Guide

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What Mortgage Fees are there and how do they work?

The final true cost of you home move can be calculated when you consider and understand all fees associated with your mortgage - Read the Uswitch Guide

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Joint tenancy home buying

A joint tenancy when home buying means you have joint ownership with someone else sharing the ownership, responsibilities and rights.

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