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Why remortgage to Nationwide?

When it comes to your home we understand that every penny counts which is why we have a number of competitive mortgages with rates that are lower than most high street banks' standard variable rates (SVR). So if your mortgage is with another lender and you're either coming to the end of your deal or you're on their Standard Variable Rate, see if we could save you money.

Borrowing in Retirement

Our Borrowing in Retirement scheme is designed to support older customers who are established home-owners with a stable income in retirement.

We reward our members

Our members have access to a great range of products, discounts and services, reserved exclusively for them. Run for the benefit of our members, our only focus is you.

We provide great service for our members

We’re proud to say we have the best customer satisfaction amongst our major high street competitors*, but if something does go wrong we aim to resolve it quickly - to our members’ and customers’ satisfaction.

See how much you could borrow?

Our mortgage calculator will tell you how much we could lend you based on your income and outgoings.

Family Deposit Mortgages

Our Family Deposit Mortgage range lets you borrow against your home and gift that money to a family member as a mortgage deposit when you remortgage to us.

Free valuation fees

When you remortgage to us we offer £500 cashback as well as free standard valuation fees.

Get a decision online

You can get a no-obligation Decision in Principle online even if you need advice and wish to continue your full application with one of our advisers in branch or over the phone

Cover for your home

Could you save money on your home insurance as well as your mortgage with Nationwide?

Life insurance

When you change your mortgage arrangements it’s a good time to review any life insurance you have in place too.

*© GfK 2017, Financial Research Survey (FRS), 6 months ending January 2017 (30,207 interviews). Combined customer satisfaction for current accounts, mortgages and savings. Major high street providers are defined as providers with main current account market share >6% (Barclays, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank (inc C&G), NatWest and Santander).

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your mortgage is secured on your home, which you could lose if you do not keep up your mortgage repayments.

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