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An Agreement in Principle confirms how much you could be eligible to borrow, before you apply for a mortgage.


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Buying your first home

Stepping onto the property ladder is exciting, but can also be overwhelming. We could help you find the right mortgage deal and help you secure the keys to your first home.

First time buyer mortgages

Remortgaging to us

If you’re shopping around for a new mortgage offer, we could help find the right deal for you. We'll make switching from another lender simple, leaving you to enjoy your home.


Moving home

Whether you’re trading up or scaling down, we could help you find a mortgage to suit your needs. We’ll help arrange the mortgage, leaving you to focus on moving home.

Home mover mortgages

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

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Switch to a new mortgage deal

Already have your mortgage with us and looking for a new mortgage deal? Let us help you find one.

Switch to a new deal

Borrow more on your mortgage

If you’ve had your mortgage with us for at least 6 months, find out if you could borrow more.

Borrow more

Buy to let mortgages

Investing in property is an alternative way to put your savings to work. Learn more about our Buy to Let Mortgages and see how we could help put your portfolio plans into action.

Buy to let mortgages Buy to let mortgages

Later Life Lending

Finding the right mortgage is important. An Equity Release Mortgage may be a solution if you are over age 55 and looking to unlock some of the value of your home.

Equity Release Mortgages Equity Release Mortgages

Support for our mortgage customers

We’ve signed up to the government’s Mortgage Charter. This means we’ve agreed to work closely with the government to give mortgage customers the right support.

If you’re concerned about making future payments, or you’ve already missed one, find out what we can offer you.

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Have a question? See if we can answer it with our common questions

  • What is the Mortgage Charter?

    It’s a voluntary agreement between mortgage lenders and the government to give mortgage customers extra support during this difficult time. You can find full details on the government’s page.

    It offers a range of options that could help you stay on top of your mortgage payments.

    The options are to:

    • switch to a new mortgage deal
    • make interest only payments for six months
    • extend your mortgage term to reduce your monthly payments.

    None of these options will impact your credit score.

    What support does the Mortgage Charter offer for mortgage customers?

    If you can afford to make your current monthly payment amount - you should avoid making interest only payments or extending your mortgage term where possible because you’ll pay more interest overall.

    If you’re coming to the end of your current deal - you’ll be able to agree a new rate six months in advance of your current deal ending.

    You can find out more about each option on our support for our mortgage customers page.

    Your home also can’t be repossessed for at least 12 months from the first missed payment without consent if you go into arrears, except under exceptional circumstances.

    If you’re concerned about your mortgage payments, please let us know. The sooner you get in touch, the more options you’ll have.

    Who is eligible for the additional support measures?

    • Anyone with a mortgage that’s not a Buy to Let and who are up to date with their payments can apply for the additional support measures.
    • Everyone named on the mortgage must agree to the change and understand the costs. We'll write out to everyone named on the mortgage to confirm the changes made.
    • In most cases, you can’t apply if you’re in the process of borrowing more on your mortgage.

    You can find out more about what you’ll need to be eligible for each option at our support for our mortgage customers page.

    Can I cancel payment arrangements made under the Mortgage Charter if I change my mind?

    Yes. If you make interest only payments for six months, you can cancel whenever you like within the six months. However, you won’t be able to apply again once you’ve cancelled.

     Please let us know by completing our Interest only payments cancellation form

    You can also cancel a mortgage extension within the first six months without an affordability check.

    If you’ve made any other changes to your mortgage, such as additional borrowing, more checks might be needed. 

    My current deal is coming to an end soon and I’m worried about rates continuing to rise – when can I talk to you about a new deal?

    As long as you have six months or less left on your current deal, you can secure a new rate.

    Will I have to pay an early repayment charge (ERC) to switch to a new deal?

    If you’re in the last six months of your current mortgage deal you can select a new rate to start when your current deal ends without any early repayment charge. If you’re in the last three months of your current mortgage deal you can select a new rate to start straight away with no early repayment charges.

    Will I get the same mortgage rates online as I would if I phone or visit a branch?

    Yes. We offer the same rates online, over the phone, and in-branch.

    Could my mortgage offer be withdrawn if changes are made to the Lloyds Bank mortgage range?

    • If you’ve completed your mortgage application with us and received a formal mortgage offer: Any changes to our mortgage range won’t affect the rate you’ve applied for.
    • If you’ve applied for a mortgage but not yet received your offer: If we make an offer, we’ll honour the rate you’ve applied for, as long as you meet our lending criteria.
    • If you’re an existing mortgage customer and have already arranged to switch to a new deal: Any changes to our mortgage range won’t stop your new deal starting as planned.

    What can I do to secure a mortgage rate with you?

    If you are not already a mortgage customer with us, you must complete a full mortgage application, either online or with a Mortgage Adviser, to secure a mortgage rate.

    If you already have a mortgage with us, you’ll need to complete an application for a new deal, either online or with a Mortgage Adviser. If you’re in the last six months of your current deal, you can select a new rate to start when your current deal ends with no early repayment charge (ERC). If you’re in the last three months of your current mortgage deal you can select a new rate to start straight away with no early repayment charges. Find more information about switching your deal on our existing customer support pages.

    If your existing deal has more than three months left to run, you can still switch your deal, but we won’t waive the ERC in most cases.

    Important: An Agreement in Principle (AIP) isn’t a mortgage offer. Once you’ve completed an AIP, you’ll need to complete a full mortgage application to secure your rate with us.

    I’m in the process of switching to a new deal - am I able to select a different deal instead if I’ve changed my mind?

    Yes. If you already have a mortgage with us and have arranged to switch to a new deal, you can select a new deal up until the date your change takes effect.

    If I am unsure about the best option for me, what should I do?

    There is a lot of useful information on our website, but you can also contact our Mortgage Advisers to help you figure out your best option.

    Can I get more information about my existing mortgage or my application for a new mortgage?

    If you already have a mortgage with us, you can sign in to Internet Banking to check your details. To make any changes or see what options are available, please visit our existing customer page. 

    If you’re a first-time buyer, a home mover, or you’re moving your mortgage to us and your application is already in progress, you can find updates on your Customer Tracker. You’ll find the link for this in your email invitation, or you can contact your Mortgage Adviser. 

    I’m worried about my finances, what can I do?

    We know it can be hard to talk about money - we’re here to help. You’ll find lots of information and tools online, but if you’re worried you might not be able to make a payment, please get in touch as soon as possible.

    Once we understand your situation better, we can talk through your options together. Talking to us won’t affect your credit file. If one of the options we talk about does affect your credit score, we’ll explain what this means for you before we set anything up.

    If you miss any payments, this could affect your credit score and how you borrow in the future.

    There are also other people you can talk to for independent help and advice. They can talk to us on your behalf if you’d prefer them to.

    Financial support organisations

    England and Wales

    Citizens Advice: Call 03444 111 444


    Citizens Advice: Call 0800 028 1456

    England, Wales, or Scotland

    StepChange: Call 0800 138 1111

    National Debtline: Call 0808 808 4000

    Business Debtline - if you have a small business or are self-employed.

    Northern Ireland

    Advice NI: Call 028 9064 5919

    Housing Rights Service: Call 028 9024 5640

    Northern Ireland Housing Executive

Homes for Ukraine

If you’re planning to house Ukrainian refugees, we fully support you.

Find out how we’re making the process as simple as possible.

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Heard talk of a Bank of England Rate change?

Changes in the Bank of England Bank Rate could affect your mortgage.

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