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Jersey Mortgages

Buy a home in Jersey with one of our mortgage options

Buying a home in Jersey, Channel Islands

Whether you're a first-time buyer looking to get on the property ladder in St Clement or thinking about remortgaging to buy your dream home in St Mary, or even looking to invest in a buy to let apartment in St Helier, HSBC has a range of competitive mortgage options to suit you.

Our mortgages are designed with the unique challenges of buying a home in Jersey in mind. And our locally based mortgage arrangers based across our Jersey branches, combine in-depth local knowledge with the professional expertise you'd expect from HSBC to help you on the way to purchasing your new home.

Choosing a mortgage with HSBC in Jersey

  • Borrow up to 6 times your salary (criteria apply)
  • 95% Loan to Value (LTV) mortgages available
  • Make additional payments and overpayments subject to your mortgage terms
  • Borrow for up to a 35 year term with a capital repayment mortgage
  • Get a decision in principle in your local Jersey branch
  • Free standard valuation

Ready to apply for an HSBC mortgage in Jersey?

Check eligibility and apply

The first step to getting a mortgage is applying for a Decision in Principle. This confirms your eligibility and gives you an idea of how much you can borrow. To get your application underway, fill out our form to request a Decision in Principle.

Need more help?

Call us to book an appointment with a mortgage specialist in one of our branches. You’ll need to bring identification, proof of address and a recent bank statement.

Or call us on

03456 00 61 61

Our lines are open 07:00 to 21:00 every day.

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home.

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

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