Cheltenham and Gloucester Remortgage
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Cheltenham & Gloucester Remortgage
Our mortgage service compares Cheltenham & Gloucester mortgage rates with other leading UK lenders to help you get the best remortgage deal for your circumstances.
If you’re considering a Cheltenham & Gloucester mortgage or loan it is a good idea to find out first whether or not you will qualify and how competitive their prices really are. Checking this can save you precious time and money. As an independent broker we offer you a non biased view on whether or not C&G are the best lender for you, in case you’re eligible for their offers, and if there is a better lender based on your requirements.
C&G Agreement In Principle
If you are looking to remortgage, a mortgage Agreement in Principle (or an AIP for short) is a useful way of seeing how much you can borrow. It will also give you an approximate indication of how much you can remortgage your property for and any additional capital you may wish to do e.g. for home improvements or for debt consolidation purposes.
An Agreement in Principle doesn’t mean you’re committing to a particular mortgage, but provides a useful benchmark of what you can borrow.
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Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society was founded in 1850 to facilitate local home ownership. By 1995, the society had de-mutualised to become part of the Lloyds TSB group, providing a range of savings and home finance services.
Today, following the takeover and Cheltenham & Gloucester by Lloyds TSB (now Lloyds Banking Group) in 1997, the brand name has been retained for mortgages and savings and Cheltenham & Gloucester continues to offer a variety of remortgage options to its existing borrowers.
A Cheltenham and Gloucester remortgage could help you:
- Take some of your mortgage as fixed-rate and some as tracker, risking just part of your borrowings
- Choose whether to pay off the loan gradually, or to pay interest only until the end of the term
- Release equity for other purchases, such as home improvements or a car
- Switch to another policy at any time once the mortgage is set up
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