We're supporting home buyers
When we help you buy a home, we really are in it together. Our home purchase plans, an alternative to conventional mortgages, offer you competitive rates and an ethical approach. Perfect for buyers prepared to think differently.
We’ve made some videos to help you
We believe in being as open and as clear as possible with our customers, which is why we have created informative videos to help you get as much information as possible about our products and services.
Home buying, just not as you know it
When we help you buy a home, we really are in it together. Our Shariah-compliant mortgage alternatives offer you competitive rates and an ethical approach. Perfect for buyers prepared to think differently.
Buy-to-Let - ethical options to buy or refinance your property
We have a wide range of products to support the UK private rental sector. From first-time landlords to established professionals, whether you're living in the UK, an expat or an international resident - we can help.
We are delighted to have been named as the 'Best Ethical Savings Provider' at the 2021 Moneynet.co.uk personal finance awards for the second year in a row! Find out more about our ethical, Shariah-compliant savings accounts.
What our customers really think....
“Your adviser continues to offer us great support. Although the cases are now with a different team, I really like your approach as I don’t suddenly have to build a new relationship. I think it’s good to have continuity in this way.”
– Siaf Alam
What our customers are saying about us....
“Throughout the application process, your adviser has assisted us diligently, with great speed and her performance has been exceptional. Her attentiveness and regular follow up has made the process very simple and painless!”
– Chrissy Tasker
About Gatehouse Bank
We’ve been around since 2007, with teams based in London, Milton Keynes and Wilmslow. We’re the fastest growing bank of our kind in the UK, and are a subsidiary of Gatehouse Financial Group Limited.
We’re authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and regulated by the PRA and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).