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    • Hylz84x
    • By Hylz84x 9th Sep 17, 8:45 PM
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    House equity help
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    House equity help 9th Sep 17 at 8:45 PM
    Hi, I am looking for some advice please. I have a very poor credit rating, no ccj's or bankcrupts thought. I am looking to pay off some debt and replace the windows and doors in our home. I have £150,000 of a mortgage left and my house is worth £235,000. Does anyone know if I can release some equity from my property or what is the best thing to do?

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    Yes, you can in all likelihood, subject to affordability.

    Consult a good mortgage broker.
    I am a Mortgage Broker

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