Danske Bank mortgage calculators

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Discover how Danske Bank’s online calculator can help you work out how much you could borrow for a mortgage.

Danske Bank is the largest Danish bank, but it offers mortgages for first-time buyers, home movers or those remortgaging in the UK.

There is a huge range of deals, including cashback, tracker and buy-to-let mortgages.

Its website also has a useful calculator to help you work out how you could borrow for a Danske Bank mortgage.

Below, we explore what these calculators will show you, plus how to use them.

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Danske Bank mortgage calculator

The Danske Bank mortgage calculator reveals how much you could borrow for a mortgage.

To learn this, enter your monthly income, information about dependants and credit commitments.

This figure doesn’t represent a formal quotation or a commitment from Danske Bank. Your mortgage offer will be subject to a more detailed financial check.

You’ll also learn how much cashback you can earn on Danske’s Bank’s cashback mortgages. Use the slider to state how much you’d like to borrow, then the calculator will show you how much each of its products could repay you.

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