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1.59%Reverts to 3.75% after 2 years
  • 2 Year Tracker - 60% LTV Deal
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Overall Cost for Comparison 3.60% APRC. This is the cost of the mortgage over the full term. Early redemption charges may apply.

Our mortgage calculator helps you to work out repayments quickly...

Before you apply for a mortgage, it helps to know what you can afford. Our quick and easy to use mortgage calculator can help you to do this. Click on the link below to start working out your mortgage repayments:

For a quick idea of leading UK mortgage rates, see the table below before you use the mortgage calculator:

When looking for a mortgage – whether you are a first time buyer, moving house, remortgaging or buying a second property, it may be important to compare a number of lenders and rates before opting for any particular mortgage product.

But even when you have a number of quotes, it is sometimes difficult to work out which is going to work out as the best deal overall – taking into account any fees or early repayments charges as well as monthly repayments.

Using our efficient and quick mortgage calculator, you can calculate how much a mortgage will cost you by entering details about:

  • the loan amount
  • the number of years you wish to pay it back over (i.e. a 25 year term)
  • the rate

And the quick mortgage calculator will work out your monthly repayments. You can do this for a number of deals in order to source the best one for you.
Alternatively, if you haven’t yet found any competitive deals, you can fill in our no obligation mortgage enquiry form and be put in touch with a mortgage adviser who can offer expert mortgage advice about leading mortgage deals on the market.


The above mortgage products highlighted on this website are available directly through lenders who will be able to provide further information about the product you are interested in. If you are unsure about what mortgage product is suitable for you, we suggest you speak to an independent mortgage broker