No Mortgage Stress - Jenny
Recently single customer, Jenny, realised she could buck the Millennial house buying trend and buy on her own, thanks to the help and support of her local branch.
Three ways The Nottingham can help you move house for less
Here's 3 ways that The Nottingham's services, across building society and estate agency, can help you move home. Find out more here.
Could mortgage overpayment be an option?
If you would like to clear your mortgage debt faster and save money on interest payments then overpaying on your mortgage could be an option.
David a winner as we celebrate protecting 10,000 members’ homes
To celebrate helping 10,000 members protect their properties with home insurance policies we held a prize draw for one of them to win back their premium.
What is stamp duty - and do I have to pay it?
Stamp Duty Land Tax is a tax you pay when you buy a house costing more than £125,000. Everyone has to pay it, unless you’re a first time buyer and your house is worth less than £500,000. If you're not a first time buyer, the stamp duty rate and the amount you pay varies according to the price of the property.
Ten reasons you need an estate agent
Our Property Sales Manager gives you ten great reasons for employing the services of a good estate agent.
Five ways to keep mind and body healthy over 60
If you’re already retired or you’re planning to be there soon, looking after yourself has never been more important. Here are five areas to focus on!
Rose and Ted: Funeral plan peace of mind
Retired couple Rose and Ted Lyjak visited our Harpenden branch to check out savings interest rates and accounts after a family recommendation - and left with their funerals sorted!
How to save money for Christmas
Planning ahead now can give you a more affordable Christmas. Starting early, setting small and regular amounts aside and setting yourself a budget are all important when it comes to budgeting for Christmas time.
Ten tips to make December pay last until January
Christmas makes December a long month when it comes to making your budget stretch. Here are some top tips to help your cash go that little bit further.