If you are coming to the end of your mortgage, credit card or loan payment holiday, we will contact you before it ends, there is no need to call us. To help find the right solution for your needs you can use our coronavirus support tools for credit cards and loans and for Halifax mortgages. If you have a Bank of Scotland mortgage, find out more here.

Moving home mortgages

Ready to make your next move? We're here to help.

We are proud to offer mortgages provided by Halifax

Your mortgage could cost you less than you think

If you’re looking for your next home, your monthly payments could be lower than you expect with our mortgage deals.

Use our mortgage calculator to explore our deals and find out how much you could borrow.

How much could I borrow?

You could lose your home if you don't keep up your mortgage repayments

Halifax mortgage prize draw

Find out about the Halifax mortgage prize draw, if you’re eligible and how to register. Mortgage prize draw rules apply.

Find out more

Understand the Scottish house buying process

The house buying process in Scotland is different to the rest of the UK.

Read our guide to understand the process so you know who does what and when.

Find out moreabout the the process of buying a house in Scotland

Current rates

As we provide Halifax mortgages you can find the current rates on the Halifax website.

View current rates

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Take a look at the things you'll need to think about when looking to move home and applying for a new mortgage.

Read our FAQsFrequently asked questions

How to apply

At Bank of Scotland we are proud to offer our customers mortgages provided by the Halifax, who have over 160 years' experience helping people own their homes.

1. Apply for an Agreement in Principle

Firstly, you'll need an Agreement in Principle (AIP). As we provide Halifax mortgages, you'll need to complete an AIP on the Halifax website. This will give you an indication of how much you could borrow based on your income, outgoings and other financial commitments.

  • It's free and you're under no obligation to apply for a mortgage.
  • A soft credit check will be carried out with no effect on your credit rating - even if you're declined.
  • The amount we could lend you isn’t guaranteed and is subject to a full mortgage.
  • Required before you can begin your full mortgage application.

If you apply between Monday to Saturday 6am-10pm or Sunday 6am-9pm you'll receive your decision on the spot. Otherwise we'll give you a decision the next day.

Apply for an AIP

2. Begin your full mortgage application

Once you have your Agreement in Principle from the Halifax, you'll need to speak to one of our qualified mortgage advisers to get a personalised recommendation on the mortgage term, product and rate that is right for you.

You can begin your full mortgage application over the phone or in a Bank of Scotland branch:

  • call us on 0345 300 2297. Lines are open Monday to Friday 8am-8pm and Saturday 9am-4pm.
  • or come into a Bank of Scotland branch - you'll need to book an appointment beforehand.

Request an appointment