What is a remortgage?

What is a remortgage?

The term 'remortgage' refers to someone moving their mortgage from one lender to another (switching mortgage lender), without moving home. The new mortgage lender gives you the money to repay the old one in full.

Some customers use the term 'remortgage', when referring to their current mortgage e.g. increasing their borrowing with the same lender, and/or switching to a new deal.

For more information please visit our Remortgage page.

If your are an existing customer looking to discuss remortgaging your home please call us on the number provided below, alternatively you can contact us via online chat on our Manage Your Mortgage page and we will be happy to help you.

Mortgage queries: 0345 7212 600
Overseas: +44 121 629 0325
Next Generation Text Service: 18001 0345 7212 600

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