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For those future plans that need a little more investment

We all have those moments when we may need to think about borrowing more money. It could be to make some home improvements, invest in a business or to help raise a deposit to buy another property. At times like these, we do all we can to help you realise your ambitions.

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Here’s what you could borrow more money for:

  • Home or property improvements
  • Raising money to help to buy another property or making new investments
  • Lease extensions
  • Business purposes (available up to a maximum of 75 % LTV)*
  • Debt consolidation and tidying up your finances (available up to a maximum of 75 % LTV)*
  • Helping raise a deposit to help children get on the property ladder


*Please call our specialists for more information to see if they can help support you in your plans and find out more.

Our eligibility checklist:

Please note that our minimum additional loan amount is £25,000 – so you’ll need to borrow this amount or more. 

To take out additional borrowing on your Aldermore Mortgage you must have:

  • Had your current Aldermore mortgage with us for at least 6 months
  • Kept up-to-date with payments (including applicable charges)
  • Additional borrowing is not available on certain mortgages please contact us to confirm your eligibility
  • Additional borrowing is subject to sufficient equity in your property

We’re here to help:

Our team of specialist mortgage advisers will be happy to help you through the process. They’ll be able to advise you on the right loan for your needs, including how borrowing more would change your monthly payments.

Home & Contents Insurance

If you’re looking to borrow more now could be a good time to review your home insurance. Whether you need buildings and contents or bespoke landlord insurance we can assist with sourcing an insurance policy that suits your needs. We work with an insurance broker who has access to a panel of leading insurance providers. Find out more

YOUR HOME MAYBE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE