This is for illustration purposes only. The actual amount you can borrow will vary depending upon your personal circumstances.
For a more accurate estimate, which takes into account affordability, deposit and other details, use our full borrowing calculator.
This estimate assumes that interest rate will remain the same throughout the term of the mortgage, and mortgage type is repayment (rather than interest-only).
For illustration purposes only. This information does not contain all of the details you need to choose a mortgage. Make sure you read the separate Key Facts Illustration before you make a decision.
For a more accurate estimate based on your chosen mortgage product please use our full cost calculator.
Our families are the most important things to us, so make sure they're looked after when you’re no longer around. Legal & General's life insurance provides terminal illness cover at no extra cost and fixed monthly premiums, all from just £6 a month.
Use the Quick Quote calculator below to see how much you could be paying to protect your loved ones future.
Before you apply you should read the Key Features Document PDF to help make sure the plan meets your needs
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