Remortgaging

When remortgaging staying with your existing lender isn’t always the right option, at dot financial services we have access to over 10,000 of mortgages from over 90 lenders and we will search to find the best option for you.

Whether you’re moving home or are curious to see if you could access a better deal, remortgaging with dot financial services is simple. We’ll do all the hard work for you and search through hundreds of lenders to find a remortgage deal that works for your needs.

If you’re a landlord, challenge us to find you a better rate on an existing mortgage. If there’s a better deal to be had that will save you money, our advisers will find it.

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Follow these steps to find out whether you’re missing out…

  • 1. Find a remortgage deal
    We all know the mortgage market changes. Speak to one of our advisers to see whether you could benefit from a better rate. We offer thousands of mortgages from over 90 lenders.

  • 2. Start your application
    Our advisers are on-hand to make the process as smooth as possible. Choose a face-to-face meeting in your local branch or telephone appointment to fit around your movements.

  • 3. Agreement in Principle
    An Agreement in Principle (AIP) helps you to understand how much you could borrow and the kind of property you can afford. Most estate agents will ask for an AIP. It should only take 15 minutes.
  • 4. Apply for your new mortgage deal
    Once our experts have found you the perfect deal, we’ll help you to bring together the information you’ll need to make an application. We know you’re busy, so we’re on-hand to make the process as smooth as possible.
  • 5. Complete your new mortgage deal
    We’ll liaise directly with your mortgage provider to confirm your new deal in good time, taking away any hassle so you’re free to enjoy your new deal.
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You may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you remortgage.