We have migrated our Platform website content to the Co-operative Bank website as part of our goal to streamline our mortgage proposition to improve the service for our brokers and our customers. So, whilst we improve our legacy systems and work with existing products, we are moving our structure and the way we work to one brand.
If your existing mortgage product is coming to the end of it's deal, we have a number of options available including switching your deal online.
Looking to do home improvements and need additional funds? Find out more about how to borrow more against your property.
Moving to a new home? You may be able to move your existing mortgage to your new home.
Legal & General are our chosen partners for later life mortgages. With them, you’re in experienced hands. They have a team of specialist advisers to talk you through all your options, with no obligations.
Find support during difficult times, and what to do next.
Nearing the end of your mortgage deal? See what your options are.
Want to give you the support you need to manage unexpected changes.
Thinking of letting out your property? Read our letting criteria and find out more.
If you're being affected by money worries, here's what you need to do.
On all Platform mortgages, you can make overpayments in order to pay your mortgage off faster and reduce your overall interest.
How to pay off your mortgage, paying it off early and redemption statements.
Find out what the Bank of England base rate is, and how rate changes can affect your mortgage.
All you need to know about making a request to increase or decrease your repayment term.
If you need a redemption statement, certificate of interest or want to amend your mortgage due date. You can now do this by email.
Have a query about your mortgage? We're here to help.
We've compiled a list of documents that may come in useful during the lifetime of your mortgage.
You can call us on 01752 236 550. (Call charges)
Lines are open 8.30am - 5.30pm Monday-Friday.
What you can do over the phone:
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage
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