Could you get a better deal on your mortgage?
Your mortgage is probably the biggest debit from the family finances so it's worth regularly reviewing your options and considering switching when you find a better deal. Remember to consider the total cost of borrowing for the term you intend to have the product, inclusive of set-up fees and early repayment chargesMatt Sanders, Gocompare.com
How can we help you with mortgages today?
We've partnered with London & Country (L&C) to help you compare rates and deals from across the UK market.
L&C is the largest fee-free independent mortgage broker in the UK and has won awards for its outstanding and independent advice.
That means you can be confident you'll get the right product, whether you're a first-time buyer just getting on the property ladder, a homeowner looking to remortgage to a more competitive deal, or a landlord searching for the right buy-to-let product.
L&C can help you compare thousands of mortgage deals, including exclusives you can't get anywhere else.
Click 'Get Rates' above to try our mortgage calculators - they'll help you find out how much you might be able to borrow, and what the total cost of your loan will be.
Our easy-to-understand comparison table lets you choose to view fixed rate, variable rate or buy-to-let mortgages that are currently available.
You'll find all the important information clearly laid out, including the mortgage rate, how long any introductory rate lasts, the maximum loan to value (LTV) and if there are any additional benefits.
You can also compare the costs of these mortgages, including arrangement fees and whether there are any early repayment charges.
If you need more help choosing, you can speak to one of L&C's expert advisers by requesting a call back, or by phoning 0800 073 1959.
Alternatively, if you find a mortgage you like the look of in our comparision table, just click 'Enquire' and a simple form will ask for your basic contact information and for you to select a convenient time for L&C to call you back.
Did you know...?
- 21% of UK consumers have never switched their mortgage lender
- Homeowners could save as much as £194,000 over renters in the course of 50 years
Arranging a loan for a property is a big step, but it needn't be a step into the unknown with our comprehensive set of mortgage guides and frequently asked questions.
You'll find dedicated pages on options for first-time buyers, buy-to-let, low-deposit mortgages, remortgages and self-build mortgages.
There's also a wealth of information on aspects of loans and house buying, such as how much you can borrow, deposits, different types of deal, fees, legal requirements, surveys, gazumping and stamp duty.
Even when you think you've found your dream home and decided which mortgage to apply for, there's still plenty to consider; our guides can tell you more about subjects like negative equity and what to do if you have trouble making repayments.
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