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Mortgage prisoners face losing up to £6,500 a year
Mortgage prisoners who are unable to remortgage to a cheaper deal are paying up to £6,500 a year more than is necessary.
Homeowners face £3,242 penalty for failing to remortgage
Consumers with a mortgage at one of the UK’s big six lenders could be losing more than £3,000 a year by staying on their…
Millions struggle to repay mortgage yet over half have never remortgaged
More than half of homeowners have never remortgaged to another deal, even though in most cases this could cut their monthly…
Skipton announces shock SVR hike
Thousands of homeowners could see their mortgage repayments jump by more than £2,000 a year after Skipton Building Society…
Reduce your mortgage debt
It’s a confusing time for homeowners: on the one hand, new mortgage rates are at some of the lowest levels seen for years; on…
Make the most of falling costs
Despite the recession, rising unemployment and general economic doom and gloom, many of us should be feeling a little richer,…
Could HSBC match your mortgage rate?
HSBC has relaunched its popular rate-matcher deal, which offers existing homeowners a new mortgage paying the same rate they…
Should you fix your mortgage?
Whether you are looking to buy a property or need to remortgage, the question on everybody’s lips is whether tracker mortgages…
Don't get stuck in the SVR trap
Mortgage borrowers taking advantage of low rates on their lenders’ standard variable rate (SVR) deals have been warned they…
Lenders claw back profit on mortgages
Rates on tracker mortgages have jumped despite a 2% fall in the Bank of England base rate since October.Lower…