First time buyers

Buying your first home? Find out everything you need to know from mortgages to moving in.

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Remortgaging

How to remortgage: what’s available, key points to consider when remortgaging and how to compare remortgage deals.

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Switching your mortgage

Thinking about switching your Nationwide mortgage deal? Find out everything you need to know.


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Home buyers guide

Buying and selling a property? Read about choosing a location, finding a mortgage, preparing a house for sale and making and accepting an offer.

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Building your own home

Self-building means you get exactly the property you want – and it can save you money too.

Home insurance guide

Find out about buildings and contents insurance, and how it could help cover what you value.

Buying property overseas

Buying property overseas could provide you with rental income and a longer-term return on your investment too.

Home selling guide

Whether you’re selling your home for the first time or just want to refresh your memory, our guide to selling will support you through the process.

Secured borrowing against your home

Find out about borrowing against your home by remortgaging, extending your mortgage or taking out a secured personal loan.

Becoming a landlord

Whether you’re renting out a spare room in your house or letting an entire property, our guide to becoming a landlord can help.

House price index

Looking to get an idea of your property’s current price? Our house price index (HPI) can help you by showing how similar properties have performed in your region.

Green home guide

Live a more eco-friendly existence with our handy Green Home guide. Get tips and advice for making carbon and energy savings that can protect your wallet and help save the planet too.

Home improvements

Renovations and improvements can be a great investment – and of course make your home a nicer place to live.

THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.

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