This building society offers a selection of fixed rate and tracker mortgages, variable rate mortgages, low deposit mortgages for first time buyers, and buy to let mortgages for landlords and property developers.
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The Cambridge Building Society is an independent society based in Cambridge. It was formed in 1850, as the Cambridgeshire Permanent Benefit Building Society, but changed its name to the Cambridge Building Society in 1945. The society is very much part of the local community. From the beginning, the Cambridge Building Society has sought to provide a range of services to help local people save money and buy their own home. Today they have a number of branches in Cambridge and are a big employer in the area, but if customers don’t live near a branch, they can still access Cambridge Building Society services via their telephone support system or Live Chat.
As well as providing savings accounts, insurance, travel money and financial planning services, customers can also choose from a wide range of Cambridge BS mortgages. The society offers a selection of fixed rate and tracker mortgages, variable rate mortgages, low deposit mortgages for first time buyers, and buy to let mortgages for landlords and property developers.
Cambridge BS mortgage advisors take each application on its own merits. The society offers family assisted mortgage options for first time buyers and customers with limited funds. Here a guarantor can be elected or a collateral charge placed on a second property.
Mortgage applications can be made in-branch or over the telephone. Both processes are very similar.
Cambridge BS mortgages are only available on properties based in Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Northamptonshire. Applicants must be aged over 18 years for a residential mortgage or over 21 years for a buy to let mortgage.
Mortgage terms are available for between five and 30 years.
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