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When you change your mortgage lender without moving home or selling your home, it's known as remortgaging. And when you do it with us, you can choose between receiving £500 cashback or free standard legal fees.
Already have a Nationwide mortgage?
Change your existing mortgage deal
Moving your mortgage to us is easy – And we’ll give you either £500 cashback or free standard legal fees just for joining us. Before you start, you should find out how much you have left to repay on your existing mortgage.
You need to know how much your home is worth to find out what rates we'll be able to offer you.
If you’re borrowing more as part of your remortgage, we could lend you a percentage of your home’s value.
Work out what you could save by moving your mortgage to Nationwide.
Start your remortgage application, see what happens throughout the process and what proofs of income you'll need.
We're here to make mortgages easier to understand. Use our handy guide to make sense of the technical stuff.
Free standard legal fees or £500 cashback when you remortgage to Nationwide. Terms and conditions apply.
We'll offer you a free standard valuation – that's a saving of £225 on a house worth £150,000. One less thing to worry about.
Our Family Deposit Mortgage range lets you borrow against your home and gift that money to a family member as a mortgage deposit.
Applying for a mortgage is a big decision. You may feel you need some advice to help you choose the right mortgage. Our Mortgage Consultants can guide you based on your particular circumstances.
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Visit your nearest branch to arrange an appointment with a Mortgage Consultant.
Apply online if you feel confident that you know which mortgage deal is right for you. If you then decide you'd like our advice, you can continue your application by phone or in branch.
Choose to apply online at your own pace, and get an initial decision.
If you began your application online, you can jump back in at any time to complete it.
Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Mortgages are secured on your home. You could lose your home if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage.