Save for your new home with the Help to Buy: ISA from The Nottingham
The Nottingham’s own Help to Buy: ISA is a shiny new savings plan which is boosted upon completion of your property purchase with an extra 25 per cent bonus on top of what you’ve managed to set aside*, up to a maximum of £3,000.
Over a thousand members receive cash windfalls
Over 1500 members of the Nottingham Building Society (The Nottingham) are to receive a share of a £70,000 ‘cash back’ as a reward for making sound financial decisions earlier this year.
Is it possible to compare different mortgage deals?
Hundreds of different mortgages are available, though, and comparing them isn’t always easy. There are dozens of lenders all with their own deals and they are all in competition to win your business. Every scenario is different.
The Nottingham reports continued growth in first six months of the year
Continued growth, strong performance, the announcements of a multi-million pound investment in digital technology and a further seven new branch openings before the end of the year plus the launch of a reward scheme for members has marked the last six months of trading by the Nottingham Building Society (known as The Nottingham).
What is a Help to Buy: ISA – and who qualifies?
If you’re planning ahead to purchase your first-ever home, then our Help to Buy: ISA will boost your house-buying savings pot. It’s an Individual Savings Account and eligible individuals over 16 who are a first-time buyer can apply.
The hidden costs of moving house
Moving house is never a cheap business – but always worth it in the end. Here’s a list of what might cost you extra cash up front, which you might not be told about at the start of your house-buying journey. You could be looking at finding an extra £10,000 – and that’s on top of your deposit.
Nottingham Building Society to open seven building society branches due for closure
The Nottingham Building Society (‘The Nottingham’) has announced that in November and December this year, it will open seven new branches in market towns across the Midlands, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.
How does a building society work?
A mutual building society, such as The Nottingham, is a financial institution run for the benefit of its members, primarily offering saving and mortgage services. We don’t have shareholders which means our profits and extra benefits can be reinvested in the business and passed on to customers.
Types of mortgage explained
Different mortgage types can seem confusing, so here's a guide to the pros and cons of fixed-rate mortgages, tracker mortgages and discount mortgages - and what an interest-only mortgage is.
What is a credit score – and will it affect my chance of a mortgage?
In most instances, when you apply to borrow money or get credit on a purchase, the lender will carry out a credit score to decide how much of a risk it is to lend to you. In theory, the better your credit score the better your chances of getting a mortgage, credit card or loan – and with lower interest rates.