Useful information | Existing Customers | Accord Mortgages
Our downloadable guides have all the information you need on our products, how to manage your account and much more
A guide to your offset options
Explains the three ways you can make your offset mortgage & savings work for you.
Transfer of Equity Application form
For when you need to add or remove someone from your Buy to Let mortgage.
CHAPS payment request form
Transfer money electronically.
Customer Identification Requirements
What documents we may need to be able to confirm your identity.
Direct Debit form
Instructs your bank or building society to pay by direct debit.
Disclosure Authority Form
Complete this form when you need to give us authority to disclose information to someone about your mortgage.
Faster Payments Registration Form
The Faster Payments Service saves you the hassle of taking a cheque to your bank by transferring the relevant amount directly into your account. Where payments are sent by the Faster Payment service, they will be credited within 2 hours of receipt of funds from our clearing bank. Please note this only applies to Offset Saving Account holders.
Financial Service Compensation Scheme
Provides basic information about the protection of your savings.
Can't Pay Your Mortgage?
Helpful advice from the Building Societies Association when you can’t pay your mortgage.
Offset Savings Account Application form
You can have up to three offset savings accounts linked to your offset mortgage.
Offset Savings Declaration form
To be completed when applying to open an offset savings account.
Home Mover Application Form
For when you’re looking to move and take your mortgage deal with you.
Information on the deals available if you’re looking to borrow more or change your current deal.
Request to Withdraw/Invest/Transfer from your offset savings account(s)
Tariff of Mortgage Charges
A breakdown of the fees and charges you may have to pay.
Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
If you have a Buy to Let property, then alternatively a receiver may be appointed (except in Scotland) to receive the rent and/or to sell the property. After sale, you will remain responsible for the payment of any mortgage shortfall debt.