Home mover

If you own a home already but are looking to move, get in touch.

We’ll help you with how much you can borrow and find the right mortgage for your next move in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man.

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This product is designed for customers living in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

Information on our mortgages for customers in the United Kingdom.

1. Refresh your knowledge of the home buying process

From planning your finances to moving in, our 10 step guide to buying your own home will guide you each step of them way.

Read our 10 step guide

2. See how much you could borrow

Our mortgage calculator will give you an idea of how much you might be able to borrow. Fill in your details to see interest rates and compare monthly payments.

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3. Find out what rates and offers we have for you

We have a range of rates and options to suit your needs. Book an appointment at one of our branches or give us a call to find out more.

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  • It is sometimes possible to take a product rate with you to a new mortgage. We sometimes call this 'porting'. Your offer letter will say if any of your product rates can be taken to a new mortgage.

    What does porting mean?

    Porting means taking a product rate and the early repayment charge with you to another mortgage with the same lender.

    You may be able to take the product and early repayment charge to the new mortgage for the amount that you currently owe on that product. If you are borrowing more, you will need to have a new product for the extra amount you borrow.

    If you are borrowing less than the amount you owe on the product and the offer you have for your old mortgage says there is an early repayment charge, then you will have to pay an early repayment charge on the difference.

    When will I not be able to port?

    You can only take your product rate to a new loan if your offer letter says so.

    The product rate can only be taken to a new loan while the product rate period(s) applies. You cannot take your product once you are paying interest at the lender variable rate that applies to that part of your mortgage.

    We will decide whether to offer you a new mortgage based on our lending policies at the time you apply. If we do not offer you a new mortgage, you cannot port your product. Also, if you repay your existing mortgage, you will still have to pay early repayment charges.

    What if I repay my existing mortgage before I apply for a new mortgage?

    If you sell your property but are not yet ready to buy another, you will need to repay your existing mortgage. This means you will have to pay any early repayment charges that apply. However, if you apply for a new mortgage with us within three months of repaying your existing mortgage, you can take your old product rate with you to your new mortgage. However, if you apply for a new mortgage with us within three months of repaying your existing mortgage, you may be able to take your old product rate with you to your new mortgage.

    Once your new mortgage has started, you can apply to us for a refund of the early repayment charge.

    This is a concession and it may not always be available, so please ask about it before you sell your property.

Lending is at the Bank’s discretion and you must be 18 or over and resident in Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney or the Isle of Man to apply. Security will be required.

You could lose your home if you don’t keep up your mortgage repayments.

How to apply

Use our contact form or call us to make an appointment.

Key terms explained

Get up to speed on mortgage terms before you start.

Branch finder

Find your local team in Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, or the Isle of Man and arrange a visit.

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Lending is at the Bank’s discretion and you must be 18 or over to apply. Security may be required.