HSBC is a British bank with global operations, that is headquartered in London. It’s one of the biggest banks in the world, and the largest in Europe and the UK.
HSBC offers a range of mortgage types and can advise you on a suitable plan over the phone, online or in-branch.
|Initial rate types||Fixed, Variable|
|Borrower types||First-time buyers, remortgaging, moving house|
|Mortgage amounts||From £10,000 to £5,000,000|
|Mortgage terms||From 5 to 35 years|
|Lowest initial rate||1.14%|
|Longest fixed rate offer||5 years 3 months|
|Regions covered||Great Britain, Northern Ireland|
|Applicant age||From 18 to 80|
|Offers portable mortgages|
You can apply for an HSBC mortgage online, by calling 0800 169 6333 or visiting a local branch.
You’ll need to supply proof of identification, proof of address, proof of deposit and your last monthly payslip and bank statement.
Zero-hours and contract workers will need to provide their P60 and additional payslips, so the lender can get a better idea of the consistency of their income. Self-employed applicants will need to provide their last two years worth of accounts.
For general queries, call 01226 261010 or use the live chat function at hsbc.co.uk.
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