Our online mortgage calculators have been designed to help you with those common
mortgage questions like ‘how much can I borrow?’, and ‘how much will it cost?’.
By using these mortgage calculators, you’ll be able to form a basic picture about
your situation, but to get the whole picture we recommend that you speak to one
of our expert mortgage advisers.
How much can I borrow?
This simple calculator will give you an idea of how much you could borrow on a mortgage.
How much will it cost?
Work out what your monthly mortgage repayments might be, depending upon the size of your mortgage and interest rates.
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How much is my house worth?
How much is your home currently worth compared to its last valuation?
Our house price calculator uses data from Halifax and Nationwide Building Society to give an average value, based on the region you live in.
Can I change my mortgage lender if I have early repayment charges?
Sometimes it can be worthwhile remortgaging, even if it means paying an early repayment charge.
This online mortgage calculator will work out the interest rate you would need to be paying in order to make remortgaging beneficial
What will happen if mortgage interest rates rise or fall?
See how changes in interest rates might affect your monthly mortgage payments.
How much will I pay in stamp duty when I buy a property?
Calculate how much Stamp Duty Land Tax you will need to pay when buying a home.
How much can I save on my mortgage by making overpayments?
This calculator shows you how much you might be able to save on your mortgage by making regular overpayments.
How much can I borrow on a Buy-to-Let mortgage?
Use this simple calculator to find out how much you could borrow on a buy to let mortgage.
How much rent do I need to charge to finance a buy to let mortgage?
This calculator will give you an indication of how much you rent you would need to charge on your buy to let property, in order to cover the mortgage repayments.