Work out your mortgage budget
See how much you could borrow and work out what your monthly payments might be with our mortgage calculators.
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The results from the calculator are just examples to help you plan your budget. Neither provides all the details you need to choose a mortgage.
If you apply for a mortgage with us, we'll give you a document called a Key Facts Illustration that includes everything you need to know before making a decision.
You can also save copies of our latest mortgage rates and our tariff changes, and read our important legal information.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
How much can I borrow?
Get a rough idea of how much you could borrow for a residential mortgage based on your personal circumstances.
What will my mortgage cost?
See examples of costs for different mortgage types, payment terms and interest rates.
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The interest rate you'll pay until the introductory period ends.
The interest rate you'll pay after your introductory period ends.
The amount you’ll pay each month during the introductory period of time and at the stated interest rate.
The amount you’ll pay each month after the introductory period ends at the stated interest rate.
Adding the fee to the mortgage means you’ll pay interest on it over the term, which increases the total amount you need to repay. You'll pay this fee when you submit your application. If the mortgage doesn't complete, we'll refund it providing no property valuation has taken place.
Early repayment charge
Charges you have to pay if you want to pay off the mortgage earlier than the agreed term, or if you want to make an overpayment that's more than your overpayment allowance.
The annual percentage rate of charge (APRC) shows the total cost of your mortgage, including the interest and any fees you'll pay. The percentage figure enables you to compare our mortgage APRCs with those of other lenders.
Loan to value (LTV)
The proportion of the property value you want to borrow. To work it out we divide the amount you want to borrow by the property value and multiply the result by 100.
Total you'll pay
The amount you'll pay for the mortgage over the agreed term. This amount doesn't include any fees you'll pay over the term of the mortgage.
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* BBBR means the Barclays Bank Base Rate, which is currently 0.25% (effective 5 August 2016).
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