If your client already has a mortgage with Scottish Widows Bank, you can apply online to switch them to a new deal.
- Simple online application process.
- No ERCs if there’s less than three months to go on their existing rate.
- No ERCs on SVR.
- No valuation required.
Your client must have an existing Flexible or Professional Scottish Widows Bank mortgage to use this service.
The online service is not available for the following:
- borrowing above £1 million
- guarantor mortgages
- mortgages with consent to let
- mortgages where the existing term extends beyond the client's anticipated retirement age or their state pension age, whichever is lower
- mortgages with any interest only lending, where the client does not have an acceptable repayment vehicle to cover the interest only amount.
If your client needs additional borrowing you can apply for a Further Advance on their existing Scottish Widows Bank mortgage.
Additional borrowing is subject to the following criteria:
- minimum advance £5,000
- maximum advance up to 85% LTV, based on current valuation*
- minimum term two years
- maximum term 40 years, or to age 80 if less
- existing customers can apply for a Further Advance once six months have elapsed after completion of the main mortgage.
*In some cases a new valuation may be required. If we require a new valuation we’ll advise you of this, and any additional costs, during the application process.
Interest rates & charges
- Interest charged at our Standard Variable Rate, currently 3.59%.
- £199 arrangement fee.
- You can switch the additional borrowing to a new rate once drawn down by applying for a Product Transfer.
Fees can be paid up front or rolled up with the additional borrowing.
Interest only borrowing
If your client is applying for an interest only Further Advance, or has any of their existing debt on interest only, we’ll also need to see evidence of the repayment plan your client intends to use to repay the amount at the end of the term. Check our criteria page
Other changes for our existing mortgage customers
You can make these changes on their own, or all at once, together with Additional Borrowing and Product Transfers.