Should you decide to go ahead with your mortgage, you'll need a telephone appointment with a dedicated Skipton Direct Mortgage Adviser who will help you complete your application.
During your appointment, we'll ask you some questions about your personal circumstances (this information will be recorded in a Customer Needs Questionnaire - CNQ) in order to select which type of mortgage best suits your needs.
We'll prepare a Mortgage Illustration for you to consider, which will illustrate the cost of the mortgage, your monthly payments and any fees due. If you're happy after receiving your Mortgage Illustration, your application will go ahead. We will ask you to sign and return the pre-completed CNQ and application we sent to you after our conversation.
If your application is successful we'll work to ensure the mortgage is in place for when you need it.
Your Skipton Direct Mortgage Adviser will tell you what documentation will be required to support your application.
This will include:
a fully completed and signed application form;
your latest full months bank statements showing credits from your employer and debits to your current lender (if applicable);
latest months payslip;
your latest P60;
the latest two years' finalised signed accounts (if self-employed);
application/valuation fee, and other fees if you have not chosen to have them added to your loan (as applicable);
address/identity documents; and
details of any life policies and household insurance policies that you currently hold.
gifted deposit declaration (if applicable)
Buy to let mortgage applications
If you're applying for a Buy to Let mortgage, the documentation you will need to provide is as follows:
- a fully completed and signed application form;
- your latest bank statement (which should show a full month);
- your latest P60 (only required if using other income in addition to basic income);
- the latest two years' finalised accounts (if self-employed) or SA302;
- Asset and Liability Statement (to be completed when customer has over 5 buy to let properties); and
- address/identity documents.
Proving your identity
When you apply for a mortgage with Skipton, we will ask you for proof of your name and address. This is to comply with anti-money laundering and prevention of crime regulations, which apply to all regulated banks and building societies.
If you are unable to provide any of the standard identity documents, there are others that we may be able to accept so please make us aware of your situation and we'll try our best to help.
Please see Proving your Identity (PDF) for full details on the documentation you will need to provide.