Moving home doesn't mean you have to change your mortgage, but it's worth checking to see if there are better deals available from your current lender or other providers, especially if you're on a standard variable rate or your current deal is coming to an end. If you've built up equity in your current home, you may also find that you can get a bigger mortgage for a more expensive property.
If you're considering a new mortgage when moving home, remember to check if your existing mortgage can be ported. If you are going to switch your mortgage, check for any early repayment fees.
Our mortgage calculator helps you to see how much your mortgage might cost you each month.
Our how much can I borrow calculator gives you a range of how much a lender might consider lending you under a mortgage. This calculation is only an indication only.
Read our How much can I borrow for a mortgage guide to find out more about what can impact your potential sum of borrowing.
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