Borrow more on your mortgage
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up your payments
Thinking about a home improvement, consolidating debt, or even a trip of a lifetime? Borrowing on your mortgage could be the answer.
Additional borrowing allows you to borrow a lump sum of money against your property, known as a secured loan. You can borrow up to 90% of your home's value to get the funds you need.
Why borrow more on your mortgage?
- Borrow beyond the limits of a loan to fund bigger purchases
- Pay off existing debt quicker with the flexibility to make unlimited overpayments on your additional borrowing, as well as your mortgage
- Lower monthly repayments by paying it back over a longer period
Before you apply
If you're a Capital Repayment customer and would like to borrow more, you will need to check your current income and outgoings, as well as your property and credit score. It should only take a couple of weeks from applying for your additional borrowing Agreement in Principle to getting your money.
Offset Mortgages were removed from sale 3rd April 2023. If you're an Offset Mortgage Customer and want to borrow more, please call us to discuss your options.
All borrowing is subject to your application status, lending criteria, valuation, and for some, to obtaining independent legal advice. Applying to borrow more money on your mortgage will have new terms related to the additional borrowing.
Lowering your monthly payments may mean paying more in interest over the full term of your loan.
You can make unlimited overpayments to your mortgage whenever you like – but you might have to pay an Early Repayment Charge if you repay your whole mortgage during the fixed rate period.
If you have an Offset Mortgage you can redraw within your existing agreed mortgage limit (if available). If you need to borrow more than the amount available in your Offset Mortgage, please call us to discuss your options as our Offset Mortgage has now been removed from sale.
Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you don't keep up repayments on your mortgage.