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27 Feb 2015

The 15-minute mortgage challenge

Author: Greg May

15 minute challenge clockRecord-low mortgage rates are encouraging more homeowners and buy-to-let landlords to remortgage and potentially save thousands.

January’s monthly remortgage lending by value saw an increase of 20% according to Legal Marketing Services, while applications were up nearly a quarter compared to December, Mortgage Advice Bureau says.

Find the right mortgage product for your personal circumstances by taking Romans’ 15-minute mortgage challenge. The challenge is open to homeowners and landlords looking to remortgage or purchase a property, and will be taking place at Romans’ branches in Bracknell, Maidenhead and Reading on Wednesday 11th March from 3pm-6.30pm.

“We’re inviting everyone looking for the right mortgage to drop in and talk to one of our experienced Mortgage Advisers” comments Greg May, Director of Romans Mortgage Services.

“In just 15 minutes we can search thousands of mortgages, some of which are exclusive to us, and we are confident that our expertise will help you achieve the most appropriate mortgage product.”

Brian Murphy, Head of Lending at Mortgage Advice Bureau, explains that by moving from more expensive standard variable rates to cheap fixes borrowers can cut their monthly costs, but if they keep their repayments the same and overpay the loan they can make big savings over time.

Landlords can benefit greatly as the ongoing price war between lenders has driven down the average fixed-rate buy-to-let deal to its lowest ever level recorded at 3.82% across all terms, according to Mortgage Solutions.

15-minute mortgage challenge

Wednesday 11th March


Click on the branch for address and contact details:

Romans Bracknell 

Romans Maidenhead   

Romans Reading 

Learn more about Romans Mortgage Services.


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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

There will be a fee for mortgage advice. The actual amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances. The fee is up to 1%, but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.

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