2 Year Fixed
- Are resident of England, Scotland, Wales
- Are older than 18 and younger than 75 at mortgage end
- Have no CCJs, defaults, bankruptcies, repossessions
Additional criteria may apply
Clydesdale Bank mortgages are suitable for first time buyers, home movers and existing customers hoping to switch to a more competitive deal.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
Clydesdale Bank was formed in 1838. It is the smallest of the three Scottish banks and until it was bought by Midland Bank in 1920, it remained independent. Following the merger, the Clydesdale became the largest bank in terms of assets, but as time went on and the other Scottish banks merged with larger institutions, Clydesdale ended up as the smallest. In 1897, Midland Bank sold Clydesdale to the National Bank of Australia in order to raise capital.
Today Clydesdale Bank is a major commercial bank with a wide range of financial products on offer to UK customers, including current and savings accounts, credit cards, loans, insurance, travel money and mortgages. The bank provides personal, private and business banking facilities, and like most other banks, it also offers internet banking services.
Typical Clydesdale Bank mortgages available at any given time include fixed rate, discounted, offset, buy to let and first time buyer mortgages. Customers can enquire about a Clydesdale Bank mortgage through the bank’s website or make an appointment directly to speak to a Clydesdale mortgage advisor.
First time buyers are sometimes eligible for certain benefits and may only need to provide a 5% deposit.
Each mortgage application is assessed on its own merits. Clydesdale Bank mortgage advisors look at an individual’s ability to afford the repayments on a mortgage rather than just their salary or income. Clydesdale Bank will lend money on most types of property, including holiday homes and buy to let, but exclusions may apply.
Customers wishing to switch to Clydesdale Bank from a different lender may be able to borrow additional funds on their mortgage as long as the total borrowing remains with the loan to value limit and affordability is not a problem.
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