There is a reasonable chance you have already heard about the phenomenal rates being offered almost across the board now with most banks having rate specials down into the 3%'s.
What you may not be aware of is that you don’t necessarily need to wait until your current fixed rates expire in order to take advantage of these very low rates.
As a personal example yesterday I broke out of a 5-year rate that I had locked down circa 2 years ago for 4.65%. I incurred no break fee in doing so. I then re-fixed at a interest rate of......
Why use a broker over your bank?
This is a question that is often asked, so it seems worth covering a few points from different perspectives which may help shine some light on the differences (or opportunities) presented by working with one or the other.
From a banking perspective:
When you’re considering applying for a loan, it makes more sense to approach a broker than it is to approach a bank because of the sheer range of options that are available to you, due to their independence. This is only one of many benefits.
When applying for a loan...