of Mortgage Lenders ( CML )
the Council of Mortgage Lenders ( CML )
Council of Mortgage Lenders is the trade association for the mortgage
lending industry, and their members account for around 98% of United
Kingdom residential mortgage lending.
aim is to help to foster a favourable operating environment in the
UK housing and mortgage markets. They are the representative voice
for the residential mortgage lending industry, and the central provider
of economic, statistical, legal, research and other market information.
members are banks, building societies and other mortgage lenders.
They also have associates, drawn from a variety of related businesses,
including lawyers, conveyancers, search companies and management
CML is not able to provide any further consumer advice. They are
not a regulator for the mortgage industry and cannot take complaints
regarding the conduct of their members. If you would like further
advice on mortgages visit the Financial Services Authority website.
If you wish to make a complaint about a lender or a broker you should
consult the consumer guide on mortgage complaints.
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Calculator Worried about your mortgage?
Use the CML mortgage calculator to see how much your mortgage will
cost. Or, download their mortgage repayment tables to estimate your
monthly repayments. What to do if you are worried you can’t
pay your mortgage, advice if you are coming to the end of a fixed-rate
mortgage, sources of free debt advice.
FAQs Useful Links
Can’t find the information you are looking for? Check CML's
frequently asked questions. Find other organisations that may be
able to provide you with further information.
of Mortgage Lenders,
North West Wing,
0845 373 6771
Fax: 0845 373 6778
provide general financial information, we urge you to consult an
Financial Adviser ( IFA )
before making any important decisions about your finances.