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?
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Protecting your money: Deposits in the savings element of your Offset mortgage are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), up to a total of £85,000 of the total deposits held with the following: Yorkshire Building Society, Barnsley Building Society, Chelsea Building Society, Norwich & Peterborough Building Society and Egg. Please refer to the FSCS information sheet (108 KB) or here for more information.
Early Repayment Charges apply during the fixed/tracker rate period. Other fees and charges apply.
Fix your interest rate, so it won't change over a set period of time, regardless of what is happening to interest rates elsewhere.
Mortgages that follow the Bank of England Base Rate - you could save money while the Base Rate remains low but your payments could also go up.
The diagram below might help explain how offset mortgages work in conjunction with your savings.
Try our offset calculator to see how you could save money and pay off your mortgage sooner.
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Use our borrowing calculator to get an estimate of how much we could lend to you.
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