Special Offer – 60% Remortgage Discount
If you are a homeowner and your mortgage is on the lenders standard variable rate, have expensive credit cards or loans, then you may be able to reduce your monthly expenditure with a remortgage discount.
Here at Try Financial we are always looking to help our customers in any way we can, and that’s why we have an exclusive deal throughout April to help you save money during these tough times!
April Offer – 60% Remortgage Discount
For the entirety of April, we are offering the following on our remortgaging service:
- Free Consultation to discuss your needs and requirements
- Initial Fee of £49 when we start the process, refunded if unsuccessful
- 60% discount on our remortgaging fee upon success of your application
A list of things below are just some ways we can help reduce your monthly fees:
Standard Variable Rate (SVR)
Failing to switch from a lender’s Standard Variable Rate (SVR) once a fixed, tracker or discount mortgage deal ends means homeowners are missing out on a significant financial boost, which could go towards such day-to-day costs as childcare, paying off student debt or even taking a holiday.
If you’re worried about a high interest rate on your credit card eating into your savings, you should know it’s not a number that’s set-in stone. Most cards have a variable interest rate, meaning it can fluctuate based on several factors, including your card issuer’s discretion. We may be able to help you reduce the cost, and save you a hundreds each year.
We can take a look at your potential options to reduce the cost of your personal loans. You might be surprised by how much you could save on the cost of your loan by moving it or repaying early – even if there are extra charges for doing so.
All you have to do is email us on email@example.com or call on 01473 462288 and we’ll discuss your requirements and see if we can help. We have the ability to handle your application by phone and email so you do not even have to visit the office during the current situation in the UK.
Remember, your home is at risk if you do not keep up your repayments on your mortgage or other loans secured on it.