Moving house mortgage

How mortgages work when moving house

Moving house mortgage
Moving mortgage to new house

Want to know how to move your mortgage to another house? Watch our video to find out how you can do just that and more!

Arrange consultation

Moving house mortgages

When you move home it is important to check that you have the right moving house mortgage for your needs. Most mortgage lenders will let you port a mortgage from one property to another, which could be a good option if you are buying a home of a similar value. But if you need to borrow more money to purchase your new home, you will usually need to apply for another mortgage to cover the additional cost, which could have a higher interest rate and the added cost of an arrangement fee.

As a whole market mortgage broker, we can help you check that you have the best deal by comparing thousands of products from the UK’s top lenders. We will also help you to review your current deal, by checking to see if a new mortgage deal would still be the preferred option once you have paid any associated fees. If we recommend applying for a new mortgage and you are happy to do so, we will also arrange the entire process from start to finish for you.

If you are thinking of moving home and would like to discuss your options, then get in touch to book a consultation with one of our friendly mortgage advisors. Our advice is completely free and without obligation!

Mortgage moving house
  • Remortgage with same lender

    To avoid potentially having two mortgages, you could remortgage with the same lender and potentially get a much better rate at the same time. You will usually have to pay an early repayment charge and exit fee. And, as you are taking out a new mortgage, there will usually be an arrangement fee and valuation fee to pay too. But it could still be worthwhile which is where we can help.

  • Switch mortgage provider

    If you find a better moving house mortgage with another lender, you could switch mortgage provider and clear your existing mortgage. Again, your current lender will likely charge an early repayment fee and exit fee. And, you will generally need to pay an arrangement fee and valuation fee to your new lender too. But we can help you see if it would be the best decision for you.

Whole market mortgage brokers

Get the best moving house mortgage for you

Start today
Moving house mortgage calculator

See how much your monthly mortgage repayments are likely to be

Check now

Get a mortgage that suits you

Discover your mortgage options in just a few clicks

Get started
  • Whole of market
  • Free mortgage advice
  • 5-star rated service