Market Harborough BS mortgages are designed for first time buyers, existing home owners, professional people, buyers contemplating purchasing a holiday home and landlords.
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The Market Harborough Building Society was formed in 1870. Its aim was to provide a service for the people living in the area. Today not much has changed and the building society is still very much a part of the local community. The Market Harborough Building Society remains a mutual society and is therefore accountable to its members instead of shareholders.
As a small, local building society, the Market Harborough BS strives to provide a good service to people living in the local area. The society has several branches in Leicestershire; it also provides services to people living in other parts of the UK.
The Market Harborough Building Society offers a range of services for its customers. These include savings accounts, mortgages, insurance, and financial planning.
First time buyers can apply for low deposit fixed rate mortgages, depending on postcode area. First time buyers also get a helping hand with the Market Harborough BS mortgages Family collection. Here parents and other close relatives can help out by contributing to the initial deposit or using their savings to offset some of the interest payable.
The Market Harborough Building Society offers a range of mortgages for landlords. It also specialises in buy to let mortgages for customers living abroad.
Holiday let Market Harborough BS mortgages are perfect for homeowners wishing to purchase a property for the purpose of letting it out to holidaymakers.
Existing Market Harborough Building Society customers can enjoy access to regular mortgages and special deals. Markey Harborough BS mortgages for existing customers are designed to enable further borrowing for the purpose of home improvements or similar. Existing customers can also switch to a better deal if they wish.
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