To be able to remortgage your home, you first need to find a reliable mortgage lender. DNA financial Solutions can help you to get a reliable and affordable mortgage product. We will do the leg work to find the most suitable lending partner for your needs. All you need to do is make an appointment with DNA today. Either over the phone, via email, or meet us at one of our offices in the North of England and you will be taken through the remortgaging process to ensure you understand what is expected of you by the lenders.
The main motivation for remortgaging is to enjoy the low interest rates being offered by mortgage lenders today. Most lenders are urging homeowners to remortgage with them by offering low interest rates to get ahead of the competition, and to sell their mortgage products. With the current economic uncertainty, fixed-rate remortgage options are expected to continue being popular well into 2020 and the coming years. Take advantage of competitive rates today.
There are certain benefits associated with remortgaging like paying low interest rates and enjoying added security from fixed repayments. However, sometimes lenders may require the borrower to remortgage the whole mortgage which means the interest rate is higher. This is common with mortgages on lifetime tracker rates.
It is also important to understand that remortgaging can incur additional fees like legal, booking, valuation and conveyancing fees.
If you are thinking about remortgaging your residential home, you can get a residential remortgage from a reliable lender.
By late 2019, mortgages were up to 5.60% less expensive than the previous year. This can translate to an annual saving of up to £400 for a mortgage of £150,000
Therefore, if you have been considering the option of remortgaging, now could be the best time.
Sometimes lenders may require the borrower to remortgage the whole mortgage which means the interest rate is higher. This is common with mortgages on lifetime tracker rates.
This all depends on your personal circumstances. Many factors go into making a decision on how much you are eligible to borrow from a lender when enquiring about a mortgage. These include ‘income multiples’ (please see above what is an income multiple section for more details), your credit score (please see what is a credit score section above for more details), your overall finances – how much you currently have as unsecured debt, how many dependents you have, what mortgage term you will be looking at, what product you will consider and last but certainly not least your income. These are just a few of the factors taken into consideration, but as professional mortgage specialists, we can help advise you on your mortgage needs.
The lender fee payable at the end of the mortgage deal. Usually this is considered an administration fee however it can also be used to deter short term lending on a product that should be long term.
During the course of dealing with us, we will ask you to provide us with detailed personal information relating to your existing circumstances, your financial situation and, in some cases, your health and family health history (Your Personal Data). This document is important as it allows us to explain to you what we will need to do with Your Personal Data, and the various rights you have in relation to Your Personal Data. The Data Protection Officer for DNA Financial Solutions is Drew Turner. We are registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ZA239120)
Your Personal Data means any information that describes or relates to your personal circumstances. Your Personal Data may identify you directly, for example your name, address, date of birth, national insurance number. Your Personal Data may also identify you indirectly, for example, your employment situation, your physical and mental health history, or any other information that could be associated with your cultural or social identity. In the context of providing you with assistance in relation to your Mortgage and Protection requirements Your Personal Data may include:
When we speak with you about your mortgage requirements, we do so on the basis that both parties are entering a contract for the supply of services. In order to perform that contract, and to arrange the products you require, we have the right to use Your Personal Data for the purposes detailed below. Alternatively, either in the course of initial discussions with you or when the contract between us has come to an end for whatever reason, we have the right to use Your Personal Data provided it is in our legitimate business interest to do so and your rights are not affected. For example, we may need to respond to requests from mortgage lenders, insurance providers and our Compliance Service Provider relating to the advice we have given to you, or to make contact with you to seek feedback on the service you received. On occasion, we will use Your Personal Data for contractual responsibilities we may owe our regulator, The Financial Conduct Authority, or for wider compliance with any legal or regulatory obligation to which we might be subject. In such circumstances, we would be processing Your Personal Data in order to meet a legal, compliance or other regulatory obligation to which we are subject.
We will collect and record Your Personal Data from a variety of sources, but mainly directly from you. You will usually provide information during the course of our initial meetings or conversations with you to establish your circumstances and needs and preferences in relation to mortgages You will provide information to us verbally and in writing, including email. We may also obtain some information from third parties, for example, credit checks, information from your employer, and searches of information in the public domain such as the voters roll. If we use technology solutions to assist in the collection of Your Personal Data for example software that is able to verify your credit status. We will only do this if we have consent from you for us or our nominated processor to access your information in this manner. With regards to electronic ID checks we would not require your consent but will inform you of how such software operates and the purpose for which it is used.
In the course of handling Your Personal Data, we will:
From time to time Your Personal Data will be shared with:
In each case, Your Personal Data will only be shared for the purposes set out in this Customer Privacy Notice, i.e. to progress your mortgage enquiry and to provide you with our professional services. Please note that this sharing of Your Personal Data does not entitle such third parties to send you marketing or promotional messages: it is shared to ensure we can adequately fulfil our responsibilities to you, and as otherwise set out in this Customer Privacy Notice. We do not envisage that the performance by us of our service will involve Your Personal Data being transferred outside of the European Economic Area.
Your privacy is important to us and we will keep Your Personal Data secure in accordance with our legal responsibilities. We will take reasonable steps to safeguard Your Personal Data against it being accessed unlawfully or maliciously by a third party. We also expect you to take reasonable steps to safeguard your own privacy when transferring information to us, such as not sending confidential information over unprotected email, ensuring email attachments are password protected or encrypted and only using secure methods of postage when original documentation is being sent to us. Your Personal Data will be retained by us either electronically or in paper format for a minimum of six years, or in instances whereby we have legal right to such information we will retain records indefinitely.
You have the right to request a copy of the personal information that we hold about you, its origin and any recipients of it as well as the purpose of any data processing carried out.