Secured Loan V Remortgage

Secured Loan V Remortgage

Lots of borrowers are happy with their current mortgage and their current mortgage lender but still need to raise extra funds for things. Some use it for debt consolidation, maybe some home improvements, a luxury item such as a new car or even an investment such as another property. Many will consider using the equity in their home and will naturally think of a remortgage or be advised that this is the best route to go.  But this may not always be the best and most cost effective way to raise the extra funds. Below we outline a few of the many situations where a secured loan could be considered a better option to consider.

What if your credit score has reduced since you took your original loan?

If your credit score has reduced since taking out your original mortgage then remortgaging may mean taking all your borrowing to a new lender and potentially a product with a higher interest rate. You will be paying this new interest rate on both the money outstanding on your current mortgage and the additional funds that you have raised. A secured loan means that only the additional borrowing will attract a rate that reflects your current credit score and situation and so can usually be classed as a more cost effective situation.

What if you want to borrow the extra money over a different term than your current mortgage?

If it is your plan to borrow the additional money over a different term than your current mortgage this could prove difficult by remortgaging (though not impossible). However, a secured loan could offer you the flexibility to set the term of the new loan at a shorter period (to attract overall less interest) or longer period of time in accordance with your personal situation and requirements.

Its simpler

A Secured loan is often seen as a far quicker and easier route to raising that extra money from the equity left in your property. A secured loan tends to not have to involve solicitors, costly searches and can now in some cases avoid valuations being carried out on your property (this does vary from lender to lender). They are also found to be easier to understand than a remortgage where a borrower can be asked to choose or be advised to consider different features and interest rates.

Cost

Secured loans can have lower set up costs than a remortgage. With remortgages you usually have to pay costs for valuations, conveyance, as well as the product fees such as administrative fees and other associated costs. A secured loan will also avoid redemption penalties that may be charged for leaving your current mortgage lender or product early which in some cases can add up to thousands of pounds.

For these reasons many IFA’S and Mortgages Brokers (and other  professionals in the industry) are beginning to take advantage of secured loans by adding these products to their lender panels and the products that they regularly offer their customers. Others have begun to set up business relationships to secured loan providers. They have begun to realise the importance of secured loans in their portfolio of services they can offer. There is certainly a growing acceptance of secured loans as a viable alternative to a new mortgage.

If you would like to look at your own options and to see if a secured loan could be a solution to your own borrowing needs,please contact us via www.nicheloans.co.uk.  We will be able to quickly assess your options for a secured loan and what sort of deal you could be eligible for.

19th July 2017 Uncategorized

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