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Monthly payments guaranteed to stay the same for a set period of time.
Fixed-Rate Mortgages - 5 Years
Monthly mortgage payments guaranteed to stay the same for 5 years.
Fixed-Rate Mortgages - 10 Years
Monthly mortgage payments guaranteed to stay the same for 10 years.
Monthly mortgage payments that usually track the Bank of England Base Rate.
Variable Rate Mortgages
Explore all the different types of variable rate mortgages.
Pay 10% deposit and find a 90% loan to value deal that suits your circumstances.
Pay 5% deposit and find a 95% loan to value deal that suits your circumstances.
Interest Only Mortgages
Only paying interest on your mortgage loan without reducing your overall balance.
Get a mortgage on a property with your partner, friend, or relative.
Reduce the overall interest you pay on your mortgage by using your savings.
Standard Variable Rates
Find out about the latest Standard Variable Rates changes for your lender.
Find out about options for energy-efficient homes
High Net Worth Mortgages
Explore the options if you're looking for a large mortgage loan
Mortgages in Principle
An initial agreement confirming how much you could be able to borrow.
Shared Ownership Mortgage
Own a portion of your home and pay rent to a housing association on the rest.
Shared Equity Mortgage
Get on the property ladder by combining a small deposit with an equity loan.
Switch to a New Deal
Switching can mean better interest rates when your current deal ends.
Mortgages for the self-employed, including sole traders and company directors.
Let to Buy Mortgages
Rent out your current property and buy a new home to live in.
Holiday Let Mortgages
Designed for people looking to buy a property and let it out to tourists.
New Build Mortgages
Mortgage options for people buying newly built or converted properties.
Specialist mortgages for people working on short term contracts.
Mortgages based on salary and dividends or retained profit for directors.
Secure a mortgage with the help of a family member.
Retirement Interest Only Mortgages
Designed for older borrowers, allowing them to pay back the interest each month.
Right to Buy Mortgages
A UK Government scheme to help you purchase the home you currently rent.
Buy to Let Remortgages
Remortgage your existing Buy to Let to a better deal.
Buy to Let Interest Only
Interest only mortgages for Buy to Let investors and landlords.
If having total certainty on your monthly repayments is important for you, a fixed rate mortgage may be your best choice. As the name suggests, with a fixed rate mortgage, the rate... READ MORE
If you would like to be able to take advantage of falling interest rates when they happen, and can withstand some uncertainty in your payments, a variable rate mortgage may be... READ MORE
If you only have a 5% or 10% deposit to put down, you'll need a 95% or 90% mortgage. These higher Loan-to-Value (LTV) mortgages, which only require a small deposit... READ MORE
An offset mortgage allows you to use your savings to help reduce the amount of interest you pay on your mortgage, which could help you save money in the long run, or may allow... READ MORE
As the UK’s No.1 online mortgage broker, we’ve made it easy for you to find your best mortgage in just a few simple steps. All you need to get started is to give us some basic information, which you can submit online using our Mortgage Finder, or in just a few minutes over the phone.
We’ll then search thousands of mortgages from trusted lenders on your behalf, to help you find the best deal you’re eligible for. And don’t forget, our mortgage advisers are on hand to provide you with all the free advice you need.
Once we’ve found the right deal for you and you’ve submitted your application, a dedicated case manager will support you through the mortgage process from start to finish, from form filling to chasing things up. You’ll be able to track your application online 24/7 or over the phone seven days a week.
When you apply for a mortgage, there are several things to be aware of that might boost your chances of being accepted, or that could help you get a better deal.
A good starting point is to get a copy of your credit report, as lenders will look at this when processing your application so that they can see whether you’ve managed debts responsibly in the past. If your score is lower than you were expecting, you might be able to boost it by closing down any unused credit accounts and making sure you’re on the electoral roll.
Bear in mind that the bigger the deposit you can afford to put down, the wider the choice of mortgage options you’ll have available to you. Lenders tend to offer favourable rates if you have a substantial deposit or a significant amount of equity if remortgaging as they’ll consider you lower risk than someone with a small deposit.
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