With a heritage dating back to the mid 19th century, Skipton Building Society's proud history of working with its members and within the wider community helps to set them apart from other lenders. Compare Skipton Building Society mortgages below.
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Quite simply, there are a
few differences between banks and building societies but the key one is that
the customers of a building society's services, whether it's a savings account
or a mortgage, are considered to be members of that building society.
This allows those members the privilege of voting on any new policies that the building society puts forward. Those members may also be entitled to attend meetings and share their input on the direction of the business.
The board of directors of a building society usually manage the society and how involved the society is in the running of the business – and this leads to another key difference.
Banks are companies and often listed on the stock exchange, answering to shareholders who are seeking to get big returns on their investments and possibly dividend payments.
Building societies, therefore, have less costs to contend with, and can usually offer their customers more competitive rates on their mortgages and provide higher returns on their savings accounts.
In addition to this, Skipton Building Society contributes to the community through its charitable foundation, which helps various charities, and through its other community partnership schemes, providing support to businesses and local communities.
In keeping up with this tradition and taking it into modern day financial services world, Skipton Building Society uphold their commitment of never putting pressure on their customers into buying any of the products.
The No Pressure Promise from Skipton Building Society means customers will not be given time limits to make a decision and will be given the support and the information needed to help make the right decision.
Utilising their experience, which spans three different centuries, Skipton Building Society aim to help customers find the right mortgage for their needs.
Many of Skipton Building Society's mortgages offer competitive rates on a number of fixed and variable deals. Due to the fact that they do not have the same pressure that a bank has, in many cases these rates can be lower than some of the high street banks' mortgages.
Skipton Building Society has a range of mortgages designed to be suitable for first time buyers looking to get onto the property ladder, homeowners looking for a good remortgage deal, as well as home movers and those looking to buy a property as an investment.
Use our table above to compare mortgages from Skipton Building Society.
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