It could take as little as 10 minutes to give us the basic information below so that we can provide an estimate of how much you could save on your mortgage. If it looks like you could benefit from a mortgage review then we’ll need to find out more about you and fully assess your situation before providing a definitive quotation.

You can complete this short form and we’ll come back to you with an answer or you can call us up on 0345 021 7000 and speak to an adviser directly.




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Need help? 

First, don’t worry about being accurate with the numbers – a rough guess is good enough for now. Second, if there’s anything you don’t know you can just put a ? and we’ll contact you to help.

Rate end date – do you know approximately when your current fixed or discounted rate ends? Maybe it already has ended and you’re on a Standard Variable Rate.

Redemption Penalties – if you’re already on a Standard Variable Rate you might not have any early redemption charges to pay. If you can’t be accurate a rough idea is good enough.

Mortgage Term – how many years before your mortgage ends?

Mortgage Balance – give us a rough amount or look it up on your mortgage statement.

Annual Household Income – a rough number is okay for now.

Property Value – you can get a rough idea by looking at estate agent websites for similar properties.

A Mortgage is a loan secured against your home or property. Your home or property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.
You may have to pay an early repayment charge to your existing lender if you remortgage.