If you are looking to remortgage your home in Jersey, our team of lawyers can assist you throughout the entire process.
Equity Release and Remortgage
Whether you have found a better mortgage deal and therefore are looking to remortgage your property in Jersey, or you want to release some equity tied up in your Jersey property to refurbish your home, Parslows Jersey remortgaging and equity release specialists can assist.
Parslows provide clear, practical advice about the best way to proceed, deal with your bank or lender on your behalf, advise you and take the necessary legal steps towards getting your remortgage or equity release in Jersey finalised.
So what is equity release and remortgage? And how Parslows help with the process in Jersey?
What is a remortgage?
A remortgage in Jersey is, in essence, replacing your existing lender. Remortgaging with a different lender will involve your current mortgage being paid off in full and replaced with a new mortgage.
What is equity release?
Equity is the difference between the value of your Jersey property and the loan(s) secured against your property. Equity release in Jersey is simply the term used for freeing up some of this equity in your Jersey property.
How long does a remortgage in Jersey take?
The process is undertaken by a lawyer to deal with your remortgaging usually takes two or three weeks once we have the security documents which are provided via the lenders Jersey lawyers. You will need to ensure you have obtained a redemption figure from your existing lender in good time to ensure no delays in obtaining your remortgage.
How long does equity release in Jersey take?
From a lawyer’s perspective, the process should take two or three weeks once we have the security documents which are provided via the lenders Jersey lawyers.
Do I need a lawyer to assist with a remortgage or equity release in Jersey?
You will require a lawyer to provide advice on the security documents, the charge over your property and a certificate of title to the lenders Jersey lawyers. The certificate of title is provided to certify the property is suitable as security for the loan.
What does a ‘charge’ over property mean?
When banks and other lenders provide you with a loan, they are likely to require security for their loan. As such, for freehold or flying freehold property, a lender will require that you sign documents that permit them to register a charge against your property in the Royal Court. This will mean that if and when you decide to sell your property you will be obligated to pay the bank off first. A similar process occurs with Jersey share transfer property. In such a case, the bank will secure and hold your share certificates until you repay your loan with them.
Can Parslows advise on whether the lender's loan is suitable for our purposes?
We are not licenced to advise on such issues. If you have queries of this nature, you should speak to your bank or independent financial advisor. Our advice is limited to advising on the security you are providing to the bank for the loan.
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