You can see the latest rates and deals listed below, but to find out which deals you are eligible for use our Online Mortgage Finder tool or call our qualified advisers today. We’ll search across the market to find you the best deal and help you arrange your remortgage, saving you time and effort.
When compiling our remortgage best buy tables we compare the best remortgage rates from across the UK market, including deals that are exclusive to us. It's important to remember that the best remortgage deals are not necessarily about getting the lowest mortgage rate possible, you also need to take into account all the fees and charges associated in setting up your new mortgage deal.
By choosing L&C to find your next remortgage deal our advisers will research the market for you, looking at criteria, set up fees and the rate to help you compare the best remortgage deal for your circumstances, saving you time and effort. Our best buy tables above show you the remortgage deals currently available, both fixed rates and variable rates, whether you are looking to purchase or remortgage.
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Comparing mortgages isn’t easy. Sometimes deals look attractive because they have a low initial rate, but you also need to take into account any fees that come with the mortgage deal. We recommend annual cost as the best way to see which mortgage deal offers the best value for the size of mortgage you’re looking to take.
This is how we calculate the annual cost:
By comparing mortgage deals looking at annual cost you can see which one would be cheapest for you taking into account fees as well as the interest rate. The annual cost only applies to the initial deal as its always best to consider switching once the initial deal is over to see if you could save money.
This is the representative APRC provided by the lender
Who is lending the money and what sort of mortgage is it.
The rate you will pay at the start of your mortgage.
Your monthly payment when your mortgage starts, based on the loan amount you entered.
The total of the lender's booking, arrangement and valuation fees.
The annualised cost of this mortgage.