The old count had money enough that year, as all his estates had been remortgaged
, and so Nicholas, acquiring a trotter of his own, very stylish riding breeches of the latest cut, such as no one else yet had in Moscow, and boots of the latest fashion, with extremely pointed toes and small silver spurs, passed his time very gaily.
ALMOST a third of homeowners believe they could get a better interest ate if they remortgaged
, a poll suggests.
London, Jan.12 ( ANI ): England and Chelsea FC football captain John Terry has mysteriously remortgaged
his mansion for a fourth time - taking his home loan to a massive 4.65 million pounds.
Some 79,000 people remortgaged
in September according to the CML data - down more than 13 per cent on the previous month's total of 91,000.
Broker Purely Mortgages say that 18.2 million UK homeowners have never remortgaged
despite the fact that, with rates on the up, it's even more important than ever before to find the best deals.
He reckons a borrower with an pounds 150,000 interest-only loan who remortgaged
every two years (getting a deal, on average, some 2% below Standard Variable Rate) would pay out approx pounds 16,500 less in interest over a decade than somebody who never remortgaged
Overall, it found that around a third of people who had moved house or remortgaged
during the past five years had withdrawn some equity.
A survey by Charcol, the UK's leading independent mortgage adviser, found that only 4 per cent of homeowners have remortgaged
more than once - despite the cut-throat UK mortgage market.
As a result, someone with a pounds 150,000 repayment mortgage would have monthly repayments of pounds 993 if they remortgaged
to a rate of 6.29 per cent, compared with pounds 751 a month if they stayed on a standard variable rate of 3.5 per cent.
PRINTING planner Steve Bushell has just remortgaged
and saved almost pounds 1,100 a year.
Many borrowers have remortgaged
as interest rates plummeted.
MOST homeowners who remortgaged
while house prices were going up didn't blow the cash raised - but used it to pay off debts, a report claims.