Welcome to our new website

We’ve been through a lot together. Thank you for staying with us. Imagine the hours we have spent working together to make your vision a reality. If we may have just two more minutes of your time, you will not regret the investment.

When we close out the year in December, we will look back and recognise that 2017 was a defining year for Easy Switch Mortgages. We celebrated our ten-year anniversary! Imagine that. We started in the recession and grew despite the obstacles.  Most recently we made changes to our senior level of Easyswitch Mortgages with Peter & Ian leading our vision and direction.

We needed the changes to ready ourselves for the times ahead. Following on from the recent rise in interest rates, further increases are a distinct possibility in the not too distant future. With the clock ticking, details of Brexit continue in their back-and-forth negotiations. Whilst maturing remortgages have grown to the value of £133.1bn in the second half of 2017, with an incredible £243bn due to mature during 2018*. So many variables and change pave a rocky path for property owners to navigate.

Given the world of uncertainty we face, our team plans to improve our client engagement with the purpose of inspiring confidence. We created a new website designed for that very purpose. Over time, and with your feedback, our website will provide solutions to the challenges we face—and the opportunities that come with them.

As a valued client, we want to add value to your experience while also easing your mortgage concerns. One way we can do that is to provide information about the mortgage industry and the factors influencing its success.  Our website is your website. If we don’t meet your need, it is no better than a business card you file away and forget. We’d value your feedback. Will you help us out?

  1. Have a look out our new website
  2. Subscribe to our newsletter. Beside a face-to-face or phone call, this will be the best way to stay informed.
  3. Send us some feedback. Let us know what you would like to know more about.

We make the following three promises to you:

  1. We won’t inundate you with loads of pointless posts.
  2. We will listen to you to make sure our content is relevant.
  3. We will work to ensure you have the information you need to make decisions about your mortgage.

In these days of Robo-Advisors, machine learning and market disrupters, we feel there is a still an important place for quality, personal mortgage and human-centred financial advice. As existing clients, you already know this from your experience. We promise to never lose sight of what makes us different.

Easyswitch Mortgages

  • Information provided by Mortgage Solutions magazine 5th September 2017

How do I download my Bank Statements?


We must get asked this question at least a dozen times every week, so you are not alone! You will see below a fairly comprehensive list of Banks and Building Societies, with a brief explanation of what you need to do.

However, please be aware that banks are upgrading their IT systems all the time, so this is subject to change. If you see any errors please, please let us know so that we can update this post and help others.

Top tip!  Some bank accounts don’t give you the option to Save or Download the statement as a PDF. In this situation please try this:

  • If you use Chrome as your browser, once you have your statement on screen, press the Print button and then select “save to PDF”
  • If using Internet Explorer, press the Print Button and then select Microsoft Print to PDF

In both of these scenarios, you can then save the statement to your PC.


If you opened an account online, you can log into your account to view and print a statement at any time. Statements will be sent to you via secure message as PDF files that you can download, save or print.


Log into your bank online where you will then be taken to your homepage displaying your account(s)
Click ‘show my latest transactions’
Once you have clicked this a small window appears showing a few recent transactions, at the bottom of the small window you will be able to see blue words that say ‘view all my transactions’, click this.
You will then be taken to a larger table displaying a larger number of your transactions
On the subheading bar above the list of your transactions, you will be able to see ‘download all pdf’ which is on the right-hand side, select that


Log in to Internet Banking
You can view the last six months or four hundred transactions, whichever is the lesser, for your current and savings accounts within Internet Banking.
You are also able to print a copy of your transactions by selecting the print option in the top right-hand menu.


Log in to your online banking.
Select Statements from the left menu and the required account.
Select a statement number, followed by ‘Print’ at the top.
Now, right-click your statement and choose to save as a PDF.


When viewing statements on your online account, selecting the ‘Print’
option will produce a PDF for you to download


Log in to online banking
View your statements, and select Print at the bottom of the screen.
Enter your dates required (three or six months), and select Print again to open a preview.
You can either change the destination or select PDF software and use ‘Print’ or ‘Save’ as required.


Select the account you need and click Print at the bottom of the screen. When the preview opens,
select Print again.
You will now have the option to Save to PDF.


Log in, then select your account.
Click ‘Previous Statements’ from the left panel, and select a month.
Select Print from the bottom, then Save as PDF


Login to online banking
To view your statements, select ‘View statement’ on the account you want to view from your account homepage.
You can choose to export your statement, print it, or order a paper copy using the options at the bottom of the statement page.


Log in to your online banking and select an account to view.
Download a copy of your latest statement from the top panel, or set dates in the ‘Search Transaction’ and select ‘Print Transactions’ below.


Log in and select your account.
Select ‘Statement’ on the left of the screen, and ‘Archive’.
Your statements will be now be listed and available to view, save and print in PDF.


Log in to online banking
Statements section on left-hand side
Click View, save and print PDF statements and certificates of interest (up to seven years)
Select an account from the list to see available statements.
Select a statement from the list to view
Click view statement at bottom right
Download Statement (PDF)


Log in to Digital Banking
Once you’re logged in, select ‘statements’ from the options on the left of the screen.
Click on ‘view statement PDFs and certificates of interest’
Choose an account from the list
Choose a time period to view
Your full statement from that period will be displayed.
To download it as a PDF, simply click on the ‘Download statement (PDF)’ link at the top left
When prompted, select ‘open’


Log in to online banking to see your Account Summary
Next to each account, there’s an ‘options’ drop-down menu – use this to access all your account management tools and view your statements.


Login to online banking
Click on your account
Click the Statements & Documents link from the left-hand menu.
The Statements & Documents page will display.
Click Go next to the statement you wish to print, your statement will open in a separate window.


Log in to online banking and select the account you wish to view.
Select ‘View your Statements’ from the right panel.
Set the dates you require and access the PDFs from the main window.
Mobile: access PDFs by pulling down on the transaction screen.


Log in, then select your account.
Select Print at the bottom of the screen to open a new window.
Select Print again, and Save as PDF.

Best Buy Tables


Isn’t it frustrating when you see something that you really want, only to be told you can’t have it?

This is why we don’t offer ‘best buy’ tables or any form of interest rate comparison. Why? Quite simply mortgages are no longer a ‘one size fits all’ product. Lenders criteria and affordability calculations vary widely and we feel that publishing any form of best buy table just lures potential clients under false pretences . The idea of dangling the best mortgage rates in front of you and then snatching them away does not appeal to us, so we don’t and won’t do it.

If you would like to find out which mortgage products are right for your situation, requirements and profile, why not get in touch and speak to us.

Of course if you’d prefer to deal with a robot,………….