Re-financing or remortgaging a holiday let property or holiday home will normally apply to two types of owner; those that have a current mortgage and those that do not!

If you do not have a current loan on your holiday let you may be looking to raise money for improvements or repairs, you may also wish to simply release some of the equity. All of these are possible. Remortgaging an existing holiday home is a simple process even if there is no current mortgage in place.

If you have a mortgage in place on your holiday let property you will obviously want to reduce the cost. We can transfer the mortgage to a new company quite simply and you could even release some equity at the same time. This may allow you to do some running repairs, improvements or just allow you to enjoy your investment.

A holiday home remortgage is a fairly simple process that should only take a few weeks to organise and naturally we will help with all of the morgage paperwork. Our experienced mortgage advisers are fully up to date with all of the holiday let mortgage options and lenders, enabling you to get a great mortgage deal.

Please contact us to discuss your holiday let remortgage requirements or call 0800 840 3111

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