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Do we need a credit check to find out whether we can remortgage?

Published on Thursday 23rd of February 2017 07:00:00 AM in Guardian

Q In 2013 we bought our house on a Scottish island for £229,500 on a 16-year mortgage. I am 51, my husband 56, so we now have a mortgage for the next 12 years. The house is big but the kitchen is tiny, and we have ...

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