Existing mortgage customers

How we help our existing mortgage customers

As a mutual organisation we’re owned by you, our existing mortgage customers. Our strength and longevity as a teacher first lender is down to your support. Put simply, when you keep your mortgage with us, it supports us in lending more money to other teacher first time buyers.

So understandably we’d like you to stick around.

To make that possible, we offer a range of extra services just for you, including:

  • Additional mortgage borrowing for teachers to pay for home improvements
  • Support with moving to a new home
  • Switching to a new rate: exclusive access to our best (lowest) rate fixed and variable rate teacher mortgage deals when your initial product expires
  • Payment support if times are tough

Find out more about our additional services or give the mortgage team a call – we’re confident we’ll
have the answer to any question you can throw at us.


Borrow more

Find out how you can secure additional borrowing

Move home

Learn about your options if you want to move home

Switch deal

Find out what happens when your current mortgage deal ends


Payment difficulties?

Help is at hand

A selection of guides you might be interested in

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10 questions to ask an estate agent

It's common when viewing a potential property that an estate agent shows you round and tells you some basic information about the home. But as industry experts is there extra information they have that would be useful to you in the decision making process? In this guide we reveal 10 things you could consider asking to leave you armed with as much information as possible.

Please note: Mortgages are secured on your home. You could lose your home if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage. Terms and conditions apply. Mortgages are subject to underwriting and criteria.
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