Do you need to borrow extra money?
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage
If you already have a mortgage with us and you're thinking of doing home improvements or you need a large sum for a big purchase, you could borrow more.
Lending restrictions may apply depending on what you're planning to use the money for.
In some cases, taking out a loan or credit card might be the best course of action. Please visit our credit cards or personal loans pages to find out more about these options. However, if your property's more valuable than your current mortgage, you could have the option to borrow additional money secured against your home.
It's worth keeping in mind that you can only borrow up to 85% of your property's value.
If your current mortgage deal’s coming to an end, you could switch deal for a better rate and borrow additional money. Again, the total amount you can borrow can’t be any higher than 85% of your property’s total value.
If you'd prefer not to borrow against your property, you could also consider:
When you apply for a mortgage, we'll need some things from you, such as:
See if our FAQs can give you the answer.
General information for regulated mortgagesDownload General information for regulated mortgages PDF (210KB)
The Co-operative Bank reserves the right to change or withdraw any of its mortgage deals at any time. All loans are subject to status and valuation.
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