2 Year Variable
- Are resident of England, Scotland, Wales
- Are older than 18 and younger than 70 at mortgage end
- Have no CCJs, arrears, defaults, bankruptcies, repossessions
Additional criteria may apply
NatWest is the largest retail and commercial bank in the UK and as a result it has a wide variety of products and services to offer customers.
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National Westminster Bank plc, better known as NatWest, dates back to 1658 when the Smith’s Bank of Nottingham was founded. However, the modern version of NatWest didn’t come into being until 1970 when the National Provincial Bank and Westminster Bank merged to become National Westminster Bank Limited. From this point the bank grew rapidly, adding more services and acquiring more companies until in 2000, NatWest became part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group in the biggest takeover in history.
Today NatWest is the largest retail bank in the UK. It has more than 1,500 branches across the UK and millions of customers in both the personal and business sectors.
NatWest offers a complete range of financial products and services, including current accounts, savings and investments, mortgages, insurance, loans and credit cards, travel services, and many more.
NatWest mortgages are designed to meet the needs of new and existing customers in the personal, private, business and international sectors. First time buyers, homeowners, and landlords are all catered for at the NatWest, with a range of products to choose from, including fixed rate, tracker rate, offset and buy to let mortgages.
Existing NatWest mortgage customers can apply for additional funds on their current mortgage account.
NatWest mortgages are only suitable for customers with good credit histories. NatWest mortgage applications can be made in-branch, over the telephone, or online. Applicants who are considering moving to NatWest from another lender should obtain an Agreement in Principle first.
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