Remortgage With Adverse Credit Lenders

Adverse credit lenders

Remortgage your home with adverse creditAdverse credit mortgage lenders are for people with a variety of credit challenges. It is estimated that 25% of mortgage applications are turned down and the growth of credit in England and Wales has meant that an increasing number of people need to go to specialist lenders.

These lenders protect their investment by requiring deposits, increasing interest rates, imposing tie ins, and generally counteracting the perceived risk they are taking.

Examples of adverse credit mortgage lenders

Many adverse credit mortgage lenders are not household names. This is because they often operate through intermediaries, or mortgage brokers. Although they may not be very well known many of these companies do a great deal of business. Afterall, over 2 million people in the UK owe over £10,000 in credit. Here are just a few of the lenders willing to lend to people with adverse credit:

Birmingham Midshires (part of Halifax)




Mortgage Express (owned by Bradford and Bingley)

Paragon (owned by Mortgage Trust)

Platform (owned by Brittania Building Society)

Fast adverse credit remortgage quote

1.  How much would you like to borrow?

2.  What is the purchase price/house value?

3.  What is your e-mail address?(required)

4.  What is your name?

5.  Preferred contact telephone number?

6.  Type of application?

7.  Term of mortgage required?

8.  Household income?

9.  Have you ever had any credit problems?(please detail)

Easy search tool

Start your mortgage or remortgage search with our easy to use mortgage search toolAdverse credit mortgages and other specialist mortgages cannot normally be found on the high street. We have set up this easy search tool to help you find the brokers and lenders that can help you attain the finance you need for your home.

Fill out the form and submit to receive a fast quote from one of our qualified partner mortgage brokers. It is fast and simple to do!


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