Mortgages: Which? Money Compare
The Which? mortgage comparison tables search through thousands of mortgages to
help you choose the right deal based on quality of service as well as cost and
How we find you the best deals
Getting a mortgage is one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll make. There
are thousands of mortgage deals available, and we know how difficult it can be to
compare mortgages in one place. And even when you have compared mortgages, we know
that you aren’t always given the essential information you need to help you pick
the mortgage deal that’s right for you.
The Which? mortgage comparison tables have been created to give you a transparent
and impartial way to compare all the best mortgage deals from all providers in one
place. We can help you tailor your search to narrow down the right mortgages for
your situation, and tell you the true cost of a mortgage deal in pounds and pence.
Our tables not only show you the deals you can take out directly from a mortgage
lender, but also the best mortgages available through our independent mortgage
advice service, Which? Mortgage Advisers.
This is complemented by Which?’s unique customer satisfaction ratings, which tell you
how thousands of people rate the quality of the service you’ll get from mortgage providers.
Which? — a name you can trust
With more than 50 years’ experience providing independent expert advice to
consumers, you can rest assured that our mortgage information and advice is 100%
unbiased and from an organisation you can trust.
How we get paid
The Which? group is a not-for-profit social enterprise. On some mortgage
applications we receive a commission fee from the lender on completion. If you
take out a mortgage using Which? Mortgage Advisers, you’ll be charged a fee of
up to £499. All of the money Which? earns covers the costs of running our
comparison tables and goes towards the work we do campaigning on behalf of all
We display all available mortgage deals from providers large and small, whether
we have a commercial agreement in place or not. It makes no difference to how
the mortgages appear in our tables, meaning you’ll always be able to find the