Moving, extending or improving?

Switching to a new deal or want to borrow further funds?

Remortgaging is when you pay off your existing mortgage and switch to another lender. It can be a standard switch, or, you may have the possibility of borrowing a little extra.

You may want to move your mortgage to Newbury Building Society to:

  • Reduce your monthly repayments,

  • Reduce the term of your mortgage, or

  • Release some of the equity in your home to put towards home improvements or to raise capital for another purpose.

  • Remortgage your Help to Buy from your existing lender to Newbury Building Society

Whatever the reason, a standard remortgage can be completed simply, meaning you could start benefitting from your new mortgage sooner than you thought.

Great service with remortgage! We recently remortgaged with Newbury and it was a very simple process with it all being discussed over the phone. All our questions were answered clearly and honestly to find the best deal for us. We cannot fault the customer service.

Pritrica Webber Smart Money People review 2021
Guide to remortgaging

Read our remortgaging guide to understand the reasons why you may want to do this; a lower interest rate, to borrow additional money from the new lender or extend/decrease the term of your mortgage.

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For further information on mortgage appointments see our making a mortgage appointment page for further details. 

Appointments with our qualified mortgage advisers can be made on Saturday mornings and can be undertaken by telephone or by videocall. 

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