Bank of Scotland mortgages

Bank of Scotland conducts its mortgage service through Halifax and has a range of great deals to offer on mortgages and remortgages for those looking to buy a first property or switch mortgage lenders.

For existing customers, switching mortgages couldn't be easier with no legal or product fees. The lender offers fixed rate mortgages, flexible mortgages, tracker mortgages and buy-to-let mortgages as well as various specialist mortgages through a number of associate companies including, Intelligent Finance, Birmingham Midshires and Banco Halifax Hispania for properties in Spain.

One of the most attractive Bank of Scotland mortgage deals is the 2-year fixed rate with an initial rate of 3.79 per cent which reverts to the lender's Standard Variable Rate – currently 3.50 per cent. The overall cost for comparison is 3.7 per cent and the product fee is £995.

To compare the best and cheapest mortgage deals, check out our comparison tables and get a quote today.

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