Are you in a relationship rut with your home loan?
5 November 2018
How a Home Loan Health Check can re-ignite your mortgage
Once upon a time, you found your dream home and the perfect loan to match, and life was good. But has the shine worn off your mortgage? Do you feel it’s all take and no give? Are you the one doing all the heavy lifting?
Don’t assume that your current home loan still ticks all the boxes and continues to fit your needs, just because it’s convenient.
Life changes constantly and it’s important to periodically review your home loan and make sure it still works for you.
So it might be time to ask yourself a couple of questions:
Are you happy with your interest rate? Or do you feel like you’re paying too much?
Do you need flexibility in your repayment options? Or do you prefer the stability of a fixed repayment structure?
Would you find a redraw facility useful? Or perhaps an offset account?
Are you looking at a long term plan for your current home? And are you happy with it’s current condition?
This is where a Home Loan Health Check can make all the difference. Find out if your current mortgage really is working for you, or if there’s a better fit for your budget and lifestyle waiting for you elsewhere.
Get a free Home Loan Health Check from the team at Shakespeare Leasing and Mortgage Solutions to find out if you’re better off making the switch.
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