There’s a lot to consider when planning your house move – from organising your mortgage to stamp duty costs.

Whether you’re looking to move house with your current mortgage provider or want to know more about buying a leasehold property, we cover all the topics around one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make.

Selling a house

There’s plenty to consider when you’re selling a house – learn more about the steps you’ll take when putting your house on the market.


Cost of moving home

Discover the costs of moving home to help make a budget and plan for the big day. 

Cost of moving

Buying your new house

Find what you’ll need to buy your new house, including moving your mortgage and how a property chain works.

House buying

Moving house checklist

From contacting utility suppliers to arranging a removal van – don’t forget a thing on moving day with our handy checklist.

Moving checklist

Making an offer

If you’ve found your dream house and you want to know what to expect next, discover how to make an offer here.

Making an offer

Porting your mortgage

Moving your mortgage from one property to another is called porting your mortgage. Find out more with our guide.


Freehold vs Leasehold

Find out more about the differences between freehold and leasehold properties here.

Freehold vs Leasehold

Mortgage calculator

Mortgage calculator

Find out how much you could borrow and compare monthly payments to find the right deal for you.

Mortgage Calculator

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

Important legal information

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