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Details of the Mortgage Credit Directive changes


Paper applications

Our standard mortgage application form follows a two stage process:

  • Stage 1 - submit to receive a Mortgage Illustration
  • Stage 2 - submit when the Mortgage Illustration has been accepted by all applicants

If you have already supplied your client(s) with a Mortgage Illustration, submit both stage 1 and stage 2 forms together.


Guidance for you and your client

These guides are packed full of expert hints and tips to ensure you are providing your clients with all the information they need to make key decisions about investments.


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If you do not have professional experience, you should not rely on the information contained on this site. If you are a professional and you reproduce any part of the information contained on this site, to be used with or to advise private clients, you must ensure it conforms to the Financial Conduct Authority's advising and selling rules.

These pages are for the use of those people who are resident and ordinarily resident in the UK and should not be regarded as an offer or invitation to sell Mortgage products in any jurisdiction other than the UK.

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