Getting out of a fixed rate?

Q: Is there any solution to get out of the 2 year fixed rate that we have, and would it be wise as we would incur penalties to change?


There are actually two questions here. Firstly, is there any solution to get out of your fixed rate? The answer to this is yes, it is possible. We can help you by looking at both your existing lender and others who may be able to offer you a better deal. This leads into the second question, which is would it be wise? To be able to address that, it would be necessary to have a lot more information, such as the interest rate being paid, how long it has left and the amount of the penalties. We can then carry out an analysis for you, taking into account the potential savings from a lower interest rate and all the costs involved to give you the complete picture.

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