Newbury Building Society Mortgages
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Newbury Building Society Mortgages FAQ
Who are Newbury Building Society?
Newbury Building Society is an independent, mutual building society headquartered in Newbury, Berkshire. Sometimes known as ‘The Newbury’, it was established in 1856 making one of the longest lasting building societies in the UK.
The Newbury has stood the test of time, providing mortgages and savings accounts for its members for more than 150 years.
What types of mortgages does Newbury Building Society provide?
When browsing the mortgage market to compare your options, a key consideration is which type of mortgage is suitable for you. The two main types of mortgages are fixed rate mortgages and variable rate mortgages. These types of mortgages approach interest rate setting differently.
As well as this, there are mortgages designed for specific types of buyers.
At the Newbury, these include:
- Shared ownership mortgages
- Help to buy mortgages
- Buy-to-let mortgages
- Self-build mortgages
- Retirement interest-only mortgages
- Green mortgages
What interest rates are available on their mortgages?
Above, we have a table where you can compare a list of Newbury Building Society mortgage rates.
Also listed is the annual percentage rate of charge (APRC) for each mortgage. APRC, expressed as a percentage, is intended to clarify all of the costs of a mortgage across its full term upfront.
Basically, APRC shows the total interest you’ll be charged for a mortgage if you stay with the mortgage until the term ends, and do not remortgage to another deal.
Our comparison table, above, allows you to filter mortgages by their interest rate or APRC. This will help you understand which mortgage suits your circumstances.
How much can I borrow with a Newbury Building Society mortgage?
How much you can borrow with a mortgage will rely on a raft of factors. The quickest way to get an indication of how much you might be able to borrow is by using our mortgage calculator.
We offer mortgage calculators for first-time buyers, those looking to remortgage, home movers and for prospective landlords.
Do be aware that there is no guarantee that you will be accepted for a mortgage, totalling the sum our mortgage calculator calculates. You’ll need to meet the provider’s lending criteria to be successful in your mortgage application.
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