Try our mortgage calculator and compare rates
When you're looking for a mortgage, the first thing you need to know is how much you can afford. Use our mortgage calculator to see what your monthly repayments would be at different rates and find out how much you might be able to borrow – then you can compare rates and get fee-free advice to help you find the right mortgageMatt Sanders, Gocompare.com
How can we help you with mortgages today?
Your mortgage choice is about more than just bricks and mortar - it’s a massive financial decision and one that you might not want to make alone.
Don't worry, you’re in safe hands. Let us introduce you to MortgageGym and London & Country (L&C), who are here to make comparing mortgages simple.
Mortgage comparison beyond compare
MortgageGym access the lending criteria of a number of mortgage providers, so essentially they can match your personal financial information with a provider's criteria to see how likely you are to be approved, without affecting your credit score. Pretty nifty, right?
There are no fees for using the comparison service and if you get stuck there's help on hand every step of the way from Trustpilot-rated brokers, you can even browse and choose your own mortgage expert. The talented bunch of advisers can help you compare thousands of mortgage deals, including exclusive offers you won’t find anywhere else.
Use the 60-second calculator (yes, that's all it takes) and you'll be shown the mortgages that you're likely to be accepted for.
Check out the fixed rate and variable rate mortgage options on an interest-only or repayment basis. You can compare introductory rates, lender fees and any additional benefits like cashback offers too.
Alternatively you can chat mortgage rates with an adviser from L&C, the UK’s largest fee-free mortgage broker who has won awards for its outstanding advice.
You can request a convenient call back from L&C, so they can walk you through the mortgage application process.
Find remortgage deals
Just because you’re not new to the mortgage rodeo doesn’t mean you should let yourself languish on a high standard variable rate.
Whether you already own a buy-to-let investment flat or you’re looking for a better deal on your own home finances, it’s always worth comparing mortgages before your current deal comes to an end.
What could you save?
- Just 2% of people switched their mortgage from January 2016-January 2017 
- Savings could add up to thousands of pounds over the life of your mortgage
Find the mortgage know-how you need
Throw open the door on our Mortgages library to weigh up 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 and our guides can tell you more about subjects like negative equity and what to do if you have trouble making repayments.