2 Year Discounted
- Are resident of England, Wales
- Are older than 25 and younger than 75 at mortgage end
- Have no CCJs, arrears, defaults, repossessions
Additional criteria may apply
The Nottingham Building Society provides savings accounts, mortgages, insurance, and financial planning services for its customers.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
Samuel Fox and a small group of local businessmen founded the Nottingham Building Society in 1849. Its purpose was to help local people save their money and have the means to build a better class of home. Today the Nottingham Building Society remains a mutual, working with the people for the people. The society employs more than 400 local people and has branches throughout Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, South Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
As well as he Nottingham Building Society provides savings accounts, mortgages, insurance, and financial planning services for its customers. It also offers a letting service through an estate agency sub-division.
Nottingham BS mortgages are suitable for first time buyers, existing homeowners wishing to move house or switch to a better deal, and landlords. Customers can apply for a mortgage with the Nottingham Building Society by calling into one the Nottingham BS branches, or speaking to a mortgage advisor over the telephone.
The Nottingham Building Society provides a selection of fixed rate, variable rate and tracker mortgages for first time buyers. First time buyer mortgages offer a low deposit and many are fee free to help keep costs down. Customers wishing to move home or remortgage on a new deal can select from a range of fixed rate, variable rate and tracker deals.
Landlords have access to Nottingham BS mortgages in the buy to let category. Not all of the buy to let mortgages offered by the Nottingham Building Society are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Existing Nottingham Building Society customers can apply to borrow more money. Funds can be used to finance home improvements such as a new kitchen or bathroom.
Payments into a mortgage account are normally made via a monthly Direct Debit, but customers can also make payments at any branch of the society, or via internet and telephone banking.
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