All In One Mortgage

Here at the Newcastle, we understand applying for a mortgage can be stressful, whether you’re a first time buyer looking to make that first step on the ladder or re-mortgaging onto a new product, there are a lot of things to take care of.

You may have seen your dream home and worked out what you can afford to pay each month. Perhaps you were then taken by surprise with legal and/or valuations fees that you hadn’t budgeted for. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a mortgage that didn’t include these extra fees and you only pay for the monthly payments on the mortgage you’ve signed up for?

Don’t worry… we have developed the ‘All in One’ mortgage with exactly those issues and needs in mind...

Benefits of our ‘All in One’ mortgage:

  • Free valuations
  • Free legal fees (excluding stamp duty and non standard conveyancing work)
  • No product fees

As part of the ‘All in One’ mortgage, once you’ve completed your application we will contact one of our approved conveyancing firms to arrange all of the relevant and necessary legal checks and we will also take care of the costs this involves. And, thats not all, we’ll also cover the valuation costs when surveying your new home and will provide you with a free copy of this report before you decide to complete the purchase or not.

As well as this, our mortgage advisers will take care of you every step of the way to guide you through the process, helping it be as stress-free as possible for you

Let the Newcastle make buying your house as simple and as straightforward as possible… with the ‘All in One’ mortgage.

Find out how we can take care of your mortgage

Speak to one of our friendly mortgage advisers by calling

0345 606 4488

8am - 6pm Monday to Friday (local rate charge but calls from mobiles may cost more)

For further information on the conveyancing fees that are included and payable by Newcastle Building Society on the ‘All in One’ mortgage please view the links below.

All In One Mortgage information document (England and Wales)

All In One Remortgage information document (England and Wales)

Your mortgage will be secured on your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.