There are a number of ways to pay your mortgage arrears.

The simplest is through the Internet Bank

Pay your mortgage using the Internet Bank

Log in to the Internet Bank
Select ‘Move money’
Find ‘Pay a bill or send money to someone’
Choose account and select ‘Regular payment’
You’ll then need the following:
This sort code: 070094
This account number: 44444445 (This is the account number we use for all mortgage payments)
Your ‘Reference Number’-- this is your unique mortgage account number, which you can find on any correspondence you have had from us about your mortgage.

You can also set up a Standing order in branch.

This type of payment can be used and re-used to make payments/overpayments following your instruction.

You’ll need the following:

  • This sort code: 070094
  • This account number: 44444445 (This is the account number we use for all mortgage payments)
  • Your ‘Reference Number’-- this is your unique mortgage account number, which you can find on any correspondence you have had from us about your mortgage.

Pay your mortgage from another bank or building society

Please supply the bank or building society with the following details:

  • Sort code is '070094'
  • Account number is '44444445' (This is the account number we use for all mortgage payments)
  • The 'Reference Number' which should be your mortgage account number.

Transfers can take typically 3-5 working days to show on your mortgage account.

Pay your mortgage at a branch

You can make payments to your mortgage by cash or cheque at any one of our branches.

Please make cheque's payable to:

  • Nationwide YOUR NAME - for example, Nationwide - John Smith

Please remember to include your mortgage account number on the back of the cheque.

Pay your mortgage at an ATM

A single payment has to be set up on your account before you can use an ATM to pay a bill/transfer money. Find out how to set up a single payment.

If you’re not registered yet, you’ll need your mortgage account number and follow the steps to register for the Internet bank.