How can I pay off my mortgage in 5 years?

19th October 2020

This depends on the enquirer’s individual circumstances, however, making overpayments on your mortgage product would be the most straightforward way to pay any outstanding balance off within a five-year period. It is always worth checking with your lender or whichever mortgage broker set this up to make sure it is feasible and without any penalties such as early redemption charges.

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My wife and I have been working with Chawley Soper fpr many years. We've had 6 properties, with the very first when we remortgaged our original home and let it to downsize and buy a bungalow. We then bought an investment property to renovate and sell. The next property we bought and rented and then recently we invested in a 4 bed bungalow as another rental/investment property. Chawley has always been there through the years working on our behalf to get us the best deals and guide us through the mountains of paperwork and correspondence with solicitors. We can't really praise him highly enough. Not just his phenomenal knowledge and professionalism but for always being there to deal with even the smallest of queries and problems. Through buying, selling and remortgaging and finding the best deals we feel as though we are in very safe hands and trust Chawley implicitly. If we have any ideas about future moves, such as recently we considered selling and porting to a new property, it will be Chawley who will guide us. We've had one other property from before our association with Chawley and he now deals with all of the remortgaging for this as well. We feel as though he has become far more than just a mortgage adviser and we fully recommend him.

Andy S

May 2020

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