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Important information

  •  Chelsea Building Society's Standard Variable Rate is set independently of Yorkshire Building Society's Standard Variable Rate. This is because Chelsea Building Society is operated under its own brand and with its own products and services. As a result, Chelsea Building Society's Standard Variable Rate may be different from Yorkshire Building Society's Standard Variable Rate at any time and can vary upwards or downwards from time to time.
  •  Our mortgages have limited availability and may be withdrawn at any time.
  •  Applications subject to standard lending criteria and all loans subject to status.
  •  We cannot accept applications if the mortgage term you are requesting extends beyond your intended retirement date.
  •  All our mortgage products are available on a capital and interest (repayment) method only.
  • You have the right to repay the loan either partially or in full during the term of the loan.
  •  Early Repayment Charges and other fees & charges apply.

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Is a Tracker mortgage right for me?

  • Tracker mortgages track the Bank of England Base Rate (a variable rate of interest) over a specified period of time.
  • As the Bank of England Base Rate is variable this means that it can go up or down during the term. The interest rate of your mortgage would also increase or decrease in line with the Base Rate affecting your monthly repayments in the same way.
  • A minimum rate of interest, referred to as a 'collar' or 'floor' is applied to our Tracker products, meaning that in the event that the Base Rate falls, the interest rate you pay also falls but won’t go below this minimum rate of interest.
  • A maximum rate of interest if applied to a Tracker product is called a “cap”. This means that if the Base Rate increases, the interest rate you pay will not go above this maximum/cap.
  • With Tracker mortgages, you need to make sure you are happy to accept the risk that your mortgage payments would increase in the future if the Base Rate rises.

Alternatives to Tracker mortgages

Fixed rate

Fix your interest rate, so it won’t change over a set period of time, regardless of what is happening to interest rates elsewhere.



Use your savings to offset against the balance of your mortgage and reduce the interest you pay.

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