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Cumberland Building Society

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About Cumberland Building Society

The Cumberland Building Society was formed in 1850. The society was originally called the Cumberland Co-operative Land and Benefit Building Society. It was created to serve the local community by providing them with a means of buying their own homes and saving for the future. Today the Cumberland Building Society still strives to reach that ideal and it continues to offer a customer-centred service.

Cumberland BS has numerous branches across Cumbria, Dumfriesshire, North Lancashire and Northumberland. It provides a large selection of different banking services for its customers, including current accounts, savings accounts, mortgages, foreign currency, financial planning, insurance, vehicle finance, and business banking services. The society also provides an estate agency service through its subsidiary company.

Customers can choose from a good selections of Cumberland BS mortgages.

The Cumberland offers a family mortgage so first time buyers can ask another family member to provide extra security. This type of mortgage is only available to customers living within the society catchment area.

The Cumberland Building Society specialises in lending to small businesses such as hotels, guest houses and Bed & Breakfast properties.

Additional financing mortgages are available from the Cumberland Building Society. Existing customers can borrow additional funds to finance home improvements or other key purchases. Homeowners can borrow up to £500k providing the mortgage loan is no more than 90% of the property’s value.

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