Buy your home with a deposit of just 5%
Our Family Springboard Mortgage lets your family give you some help – and get their money back with interest if you keep up your repayments.
- Available to first-time buyers and movers
- Pay a fixed rate for 3 years
- Not available for NewBuy properties
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
How it works
Get the property you want with a little help from your family – and a deposit of just 5%.
For the property buyer
- Apply for a Family Springboard Mortgage of up to £500,000 on a property in the UK, with a 5% deposit
- Pay a fixed rate of interest for 3 years – when that ends we’ll move you to a LifeTime Tracker Mortgage
- You retain full rights over the property – your helper isn’t a guarantor
For the helper
- They open a Helpful Start Account with 10% of your purchase price at the same time you apply
- They get their savings back after 3 years with interest, as long as you keep up the repayments
If you miss repayments, we may retain their money for a further period
Current rates for the Family Springboard Mortgage
Early repayment charges apply during the 3-year fixed-rate period.
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What you need to apply
- Information about the property – where it is and how much it’s worth and the contact details of any estate agents and solicitors you’re using
- Details of your income and outgoings, including any money you owe in loans, credit cards and overdrafts
- If you don’t bank with us, you’ll need to bring 2 forms of original ID (not photocopies)
You should also read the following documents*.
Independent legal advice – understanding the benefits and risks
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