- What does offset mean?
- What are the benefits?
- Combining your savings and mortgage
- How to pay off a 30 year home mortgage in 5-7 years
- What's next?
- I already have an Offset Mortgage
- I don’t have an Offset mortgage
- Offset Mortgages
- Whether you already have an Offset Mortgage or you'd like to know how they work, our handy guide can help.
What does offset mean?
Put simply, it's a way of combining your savings with your mortgage. The way it works is simple - by moving some of your savings into a special Offset Savings Account, instead of earning interest, your savings reduce the amount of interest you pay on your mortgage.
You can choose to either:
Reduce the cost of your current mortgage payments
Reduce the cost of your mortgage payments in the future
Reduce the term of your mortgage
What are the benefits?
- You can overpay, underpay or take payment holidays (interest continues to be charged during payment holidays).
- You retain the option to switch between reduced current payments, reduced payments in future years or reduced term.
- You can take your Offset mortgage deal with you if you move home.
- You can open up to 3 separate Offset Savings Accounts, linked to your mortgage.
Combining your savings and mortgage
Your Offset Mortgage Account and your Offset Savings Account remain separate, so you'll always have instant access to your savings. However, they are linked because you only have to pay interest on the difference between the amount in your savings and the amount of your mortgage.
How to pay off a 30 year home mortgage in 5-7 years
This means that the more you save, the less interest you'll pay on your mortgage.Read more about Offset
I already have an Offset Mortgage
Login to your online account to view your Offset mortgage and any linked Offset Savings Accounts.
You can view your balance and account statements, transfer money and arrange regular payments and standing orders.Log in
Or read our guide to operating your offset savings account page >
I don’t have an Offset mortgage
If you don't have an Offset Mortgage but you are interested in switching to Offset when your current deal runs out, you can read our guide to changing your mortgage deal:Switch your deal
You can also use our Offset mortgage calculator to find out how an Offset mortgage could benefit you:Try our Offset Calculator