Find out how to buy your first home
NatWest mortgages are available to over 18s. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Stamp Duty holiday ends 31st March 2021
Make sure you allow enough time to complete your home purchase by 31st of March to take advantage of the Stamp Duty holiday.
Different factors can influence whether you can complete your mortgage by the deadline. Local Authorities may require additional time to complete personal searches. Local authority turn around times.
Your steps to applying for a first time buyer mortgage
Get an indicative decision
You’ll need to get an Agreement in Principle to see if we think we may be able to lend you the amount you require.
This isn’t a firm decision, but it’s the most accurate result we can give you without performing a credit check. It won't take long and it won’t affect your credit score.
Continue and complete your application
Once you have your Agreement in Principle in place, you can meet one of our mortgage advisers at a branch, or talk with a member of our mortgage team over the phone. Request a callback to arrange this.
Alternatively, if you get an Agreement in Principle, you can select the mortgage you wish to apply for and continue your application online.
Before you apply
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Choose how you want to apply
Apply over the phone
Need additional support or advice to select the right mortgage product for your circumstances?
Make an appointment to speak to one of our mortgage professionals, over the phone or in a branch.
Our mortgage professionals will:
guide you through the mortgage process
help you to find the right mortgage
work out your monthly payments
complete your mortgage application
Call us now on 0800 096 9527
Already have a NatWest mortgage?
If you're already a NatWest mortgage customer, you won't need to resubmit paperwork, such as evidence of income, unless your circumstances have changed.
Log in to Manage Your Mortgage, see what offers are available and apply online.
All you need are your mortgage account number, name, date of birth and your postcode.