rawpixel-1072874-unsplash

Is a Retirement Interest Only mortgage for me?

If you’re nearing retirement age assessing your later life borrowing options could be a way to find a little financial freedom.

eric-rothermel-23788-unsplash

Self employed mortgage guide

Five things to bear in mind if you are self-employed and looking for a mortgage.

SavingSwapsFB

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.

TN_MortgageSafe

Taking advice could lead to savings for mortgage customers on variable rates

Mortgage customers on variable rates are being urged to take sound advice that could lead to major savings. Call 0344 481 0013, visit a branch or go to thenottingham.com/mortgages

mortgage-problem

Remortgaging - finding a new deal

Switching mortgage when your mortgage term comes to an end can be financially beneficial. Find out how a mortgage broker can help you remortgage.

Mortgages

What is LTV, and why does it affect your mortgage?

LTV, or Loan to Value, is the percentage of your mortgage loan compared with the surveyors’ valuation of the property. Here's what difference it can make.

Nottingham_Building_Society

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.

Emma, Matt and Martha Reeder

Ask the mortgage experts

Emma, Matt and Martha Reeder

No Mortgage Stress - Emma

Dance teacher Emma Reeder found getting a new mortgage a difficult move to perform until she spoke to Nottingham Mortgage Services (part of the Nottingham Building Society) and they helped get things in full swing.

Filter by

Sign up to our newsletter

We regularly send out newsletters with product information, advice on improving your finances and top tips. If you would like to receive this please sign up to our newsletter, which you can unsubscribe from at any point.