Use Help to Buy Scotland in 2013? It could be time to remortgage

As we wait to hear on the next steps for Help to Buy Scotland from the Scottish Government, we turn our attention to those that made use of the scheme in 2013. As we’re now approaching the two year anniversary from its launch, your initial rate could be close to expiry.

Without acting your lender may roll you onto a standard variable rate. Now may be the time to take advantage of the current competitive rates by reviewing your mortgage.

Why review? Print

  • Rates are currently at an all-time low
  • Peace of mind – You won’t have to worry if rates rise up as you will have security of your new fixed rate.
  • Potentially save you money – By reviewing your mortgage you could save hundreds of pounds.

Reviewing your mortgage can be a quicker process than arranging your original mortgage, all it could take is a phone call with us, and we then do the rest. We can review your mortgage rate three months before expiry. We’ll look at whether you could get an improved deal with your current lender or whether moving to a new lender is your better option. You can review three months before your initial rate expires.

How low could yours go?

Aberdeen Mortgage Company is completely impartial and it is our duty to ensure that we provide a competitive deal for you. For more information on if you could save, Freephone 01224 316200 or fill in our online enquiry form.


Aberdeen Mortgage Company Ltd is an Appointed Representative of First Complete Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered in Scotland No. SC496302.

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