If you're looking to get on the property ladder or move home you can apply for a mortgage with the original ethical bank. Existing customers can also look for a better deal, switch or borrow more.
If you want to view all of the mortgage products available to you and see how much your monthly repayments might be, check out our mortgage rates
Do you need additional lending? Find out how to borrow more here.
As part of our commitment to our customers and to the planet, we offer two Green Additional Borrowing options for existing mortgage customers, which will help you carry out any energy saving improvements to your property.
As part of eligibility criteria, you’ll need to create an Energy Saving Home Improvement Plan using our free tool powered by EST (Energy Saving Trust).
Looking to buy a new home? See the rates we could offer you here.
Legal & General offer a range of later life mortgages, including award-winning Lifetime Mortgages, and a Retirement Interest-Only Mortgage. A later life mortgage is a way of borrowing money into retirement and could help you pay off an existing mortgage and any early repayment charges by borrowing money based on the value of your home.
As the loan is secured against your home, it means you can continue to live in the home you know and love. The loan is usually repaid when the last surviving borrower dies or moves into long-term care.
With Legal & General, you’re in experienced hands. They have their own team of specialist advisers to talk you through all your options, with no obligations.
If all or part of your Co-operative Bank or Britannia mortgage is on an interest only basis, it’s important to plan how you’ll repay the outstanding
balance at the end of the mortgage term. Learn what you can do with your interest only mortgage, like overpaying and switching to repayment.
Practical guides to help you prepare for your application and manage your mortgage.
These important documents lay out our responsibilities to you and the terms and conditions of our products and services.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage
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