Mortgage Calculator

Find out how much you can borrow, how much your monthly repayments would be and how much stamp duty you’d pay using our mortgage calculator

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Monthly Repayment: £937.82*

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What information you'll need to use our mortgage calculators?

To use our borrowing mortgage calculator, all you will need is your current income and the income of your partner - if you're planning on buying a property as a couple. When you enter your yearly income and hit calculate, it will return an estimate of the maximum amount you will be able to borrow. For example, if your income is £20,000 and your partner's income is £20,000, you should be able to borrow around £120,000.
Our mortgage repayment calculator is different, and to make sure the answer returned is realistic you need to need to ensure you enter accurate information. To use our mortgage repayment calculator you will need to know the loan amount you require, the interest rate you will be borrowing at and how long you want to take out your mortgage for. For example, if you entered a loan amount of £100,000 at an interest rate of 5% over a 25 year term, then your monthly repayment amount will be roughly £584.59.

What else do you need to remember?

When working out your mortgage payments using our mortgage calculator, you should also factor in arrangement fees, as the initial set-up costs can vary significantly from lender to lender.

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What information you'll need to use our mortgage calculators?

To use our borrowing mortgage calculator, all you will need is your current income and the income of your partner - if you're planning on buying a property as a couple. When you enter your yearly income and hit calculate, it will return an estimate of the maximum amount you will be able to borrow. For example, if your income is £20,000 and your partner's income is £20,000, you should be able to borrow around £120,000.
Our mortgage repayment calculator is different, and to make sure the answer returned is realistic you need to need to ensure you enter accurate information. To use our mortgage repayment calculator you will need to know the loan amount you require, the interest rate you will be borrowing at and how long you want to take out your mortgage for. For example, if you entered a loan amount of £100,000 at an interest rate of 5% over a 25 year term, then your monthly repayment amount will be roughly £584.59.

What else do you need to remember?

When working out your mortgage payments using our mortgage calculator, you should also factor in arrangement fees, as the initial set-up costs can vary significantly from lender to lender.