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Great Escape remortgages

Save money when you remortgage with us

You could save thousands of pounds when you switch to us from your current lender because we won't charge you application, valuation or standard legal fees.

  • You could apply to borrow more against your home 
  • Get cashback when you take out your mortgage

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Escape from your current mortgage

We won’t charge you any fees

You won’t have to pay any application, valuation or standard legal fees1 – but your current lender may charge fees when you leave.

Choose a mortgage that suits you

Move from your current lender and choose between fixed-rate and tracker mortgages – and get cashback when you move.

Remortgage your home

We can help you remortgage your home or properties you rent out to other people.

How to apply

Once you’ve worked out how much you could borrow, complete an Agreement in Principle (AiP) to find out whether we’d be able to lend the amount you need – without affecting your credit score. If we can, the next step is to make an appointment with one of our mortgage advisers to choose the mortgage you want to apply for.

Agreement in Principle (AiP)

Take the first step to your mortgage with an AiP

Start an Agreement in Principle (AiP) online to find out quickly if you could borrow the amount you need – without affecting your credit score. 

Mortgage calculators

Work out the kind of mortgage you could afford

Use our mortgage affordability calculators to work out how much you could borrow and what kind of deposit you need for a mortgage.

Need some help?

Talk to us online

Start a web chat if you’d like to ask us a question online.

Call us

Call us2 today on 0800 197 1081. Lines are open all day, every day, except on bank holidays and during Christmas, when they may be closed at off-peak times.

More ways to remortgage

Fixed-rate mortgages

A rate that won’t change for a set time

Choosing a fixed rate mortgage means you won’t be affected if interest rates go up or down for a set number of years.

Tracker mortgage

A flexible mortgage that follows the market

A tracker mortgage doesn’t tie you down to a fixed rate, so your payments could go up or down.

Offset mortgages

Offset mortgages

Put your savings to work with an offset mortgage

Linking your savings accounts to an offset mortgage could make your money work harder by reducing the mortgage balance you pay interest on.