If you currently have a Kent Reliance mortgage, then everything you need should be available on this page – whether you are coming to the end of the deal, or your circumstances are changing.
We’re taking measures to provide continued support and assistance to our mortgage customers during this difficult time.
If you need to take out a payment holiday, then the easiest way to do this is to complete our online form. We will aim to get back to you within 5-7 working days.
For any other enquiries, please email email@example.com, but please be aware that we may take longer to get back to you, so we ask that you only contact us if your enquiry is urgent, or your payment is due within the next five days.
To find the information you need about your mortgage please use the filter below: select who you are and what you are looking for and the appropriate information will appear on this page.
Following the recent change to the Bank of England rate, we are currently reviewing our mortgage product range and will announce any changes in due course.
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