Refinancing your existing overseas mortgage
If you have already bought an overseas property using a local lender to finance the purchase, but are now looking for a more competitive offer, more suited to your current situation, we are able to assist you with your application. All refinance mortgages are full status and applicants are required to submit a full mortgage application with supporting documentation, proving their eligibility to repay the loan through sufficient regular income. The new mortgage will need to be registered with a public notary and legal charges will be incurred, as well as administrative charges from the new lender. However, in certain countries and through certain lenders, the costs of remortgaging may be absorbed by the lender or included in the loan amount to save you from paying large upfront fees. In addition, small sum cash outs may also be available if you are looking to increase your loan amount slightly.
The flags below illustrate the countries in which we are able to offer Purchase mortgages. By clicking on the country of your choice, you will be able to obtain greater insight into the specific terms and conditions relating to Purchase mortgages. Alternatively, complete an online quotation request form and we will provide you with our most competitive quote, based on your requirements.
Step 1: Speak to a consultant for a decision in principle from a lender
Step 2 Secure a rate by submitting a full mortgage application
Step 3 Mortgage completion takes place and funds released to beneficiary
- £1 = $1.5091 / €1.1667
- $1 = £0.6626 / €0.7731
- €1 = £0.8571 / $1.2936
*Prices are for indicative purposes only