The Bank of England announced on 2nd August 2018 that the current Bank base rate will increase from 0.50% to 0.75%. What does this mean for you?
No matter what stage you're at and whether you're an existing customer or new to CBS mortgages, we have a range of mortgage guides to help you out. See the sections below to find out how we could help.
Your first home purchase can be a daunting experience. Our first time buyer guide will help you put all the pieces together to find out what's best for you.
If your current mortgage is coming to an end, our remortgage guide will help you understand about switching deals and how a new mortgage could save you money.
We have a wide range of mortgage products, from Fixed to Tracker both of which can be combined with an Offset account. Find out more about how these differ with our guide to mortgage types.
If you already have a mortgage with us but you're moving home, our guide can help you through the process.
Buying your first home or your next home is always expensive. Our guide to the costs involved should help make things clearer.
Our Homebuyer checklist is an end to end picture of the housebuying process, mapping out the key stages.
If you already have or are considering applying for a Chelsea Building Society mortgage, we've put together some helpful content to assist you.
In our Mortgage Help section, you'll find details on how we decide whether or not to lend to you , a breakdown of our mortgage-related fees, charges and other costs plus some important information on how our mortgages work. It's also important to consider home and life insurance if you're looking at applying for a mortgage so check our insurance section to find out how the policies which we provide work and to get a quote.
If you're interested in applying for a Chelsea mortgage or you have already obtained a lending decision, you might benefit from speaking to a mortgage adviser.
Use our simple calculator tools to work out how much your repayments could be, how much we could lend to you and if an Offset mortgage could save you money.