Switching your mortgage
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Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Over 18s only and USA residents only. Mortgaged property must be in USA. Security, buildings insurance and life cover required.
This includes first time buyers, home movers, switchers and buy to let customers for mortgage applications submitted by 31 December 2018.
Find out more about the offer and who is eligible.
The switching process explained
When you switch your mortgage from your current provider to another lender this is known as remortgaging.
Icon expand Step 1 - Review your current mortgage deal
When you are switching you can choose to change the mortgage term or the amount that you're borrowing. This is a good opportunity to see if you can save on your monthly repayments by choosing a mortgage with a lower interest rate or plan.
Remember, your lender may charge you if you pay off your mortgage before the end of the term. This is called a breakage cost. There may also be a redemption charge or exit fee.
Make sure you've done your research so you know the costs involved and can make an informed decision.
Icon expand Step 2 - Decide which deal suits you
Icon expand Step 3 - Finalise your new deal
Firstly, we will assess your application and carry out the relevant credit checks. Once this is complete, we will arrange for your property to be valued to keep your valuation up to date.
We will also contact your solicitor to request your title deeds and details of the freeholder if the property is leasehold.
Icon expand Step 4 - Completion
Once you've successfully gone through the valuation and relevant credit checks, you will receive a formal offer in writing.
Remember to complete the instructions in the letter and return to us as requested. You should also keep a copy for yourself.
Your solicitor could manage this process for you, including ensuring your existing mortgage provider is repaid in full.
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Fixed rate mortgages
Our fixed rate mortgages may make budgeting a little easier as the repayment amount is fixed for an initial term
Flexible variable mortgages
These mortgages track the CoxCrest Bank Standard Variable Rate plus or minus a set margin for the entire life of the loan
Find out about our eligibility criteria including how much you could borrow and for how long
Our step-by-step guide to help you buy your new home.
Our step-by-step guide to the mortgage application
Answers to questions we are asked most often about mortgages.
A list of key terms and phrases we'd like to help you understand.
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