Newcastle Building Society mortgages are designed for customers wishing to purchase residential property.
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The Newcastle Building Society is based in Newcastle upon Tyne. The society was founded in 1980 after the Newcastle Permanent Building Society merged with the Grainger Building Society. Sixteen years later, the Newcastle Building Society merged with Universal Building Society.
Today the Newcastle Building Society is a successful mutual with more than 30 branches across the north of England, plus one in Gibraltar. Customers of the society can open savings and investment accounts, apply for mortgages, buy insurance, and take advantage of financial planning services.
The Newcastle Building Society provides mortgages for new and existing borrowers. The society has products for first time buyers, home movers, customers wishing to switch from another lender or borrow more money. The society also provides self-build mortgages for customers who are planning to build their own home.
Customers can choose from a selection of fixed rate, discounted rate, and standard variable rate Newcastle BS mortgages.
There are several fixed rate and discounted rate Newcastle BS mortgages for existing customers.
Customers wishing to apply for a Newcastle BS mortgage can speak to a mortgage advisor by telephone, or call into one of the Newcastle Building Society’s branches.
All mortgage offers from the Newcastle Building Society are made subject to status. The society takes many different factors into account when it considers a customer’s mortgage application, including personal and financial circumstances, property value, and how much a customer wants to borrow.
The minimum age for a mortgage application to the Newcastle Building Society is 18 years. Borrowers must be no older than 75 at the end of their mortgage term.
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