Remortgaging is when you replace your existing mortgage with a new one, usually by switching it to a different bank or building society. It’s important to remortgage when your current mortgage rate is due to end, as if you don’t, you’ll revert to the bank’s standard variable rate.
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Based on a mortgage of £125,000 at 50% LTV
Depending on your mortgage terms, you may have to pay an early repayment charge or other fees to your current lender if you remortgage or pay off your mortgage early.