20 Jun, 2019

Can I Switch if I am in Arrears or have a poor Credit history?

Unfortunately it is not possible if you are in arrears or have a poor credit history as a general rule. It may be dependent on how may missed payments have been made on a mortgage and the reason for the poor credit history but in general 5 years of good credit history will be required once there an historic event of poor history. You should speak to your mortgage advisor to discuss any specific points.

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