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6.39% Offset (2.15% discounted rate from follow on rate) for 2 years (XO0072)

The mortgage will be secured on your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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6.39% Offset (2.15% discounted rate from follow on rate) for 2 years (XO0072)

6.39% 8.54% 8.2%APRC
  • Repayment
80% £999~

£500 cashback for remortgages and £100 cashback to open and fund linked Offset Saver account^

Key things to bear in mind

  • Purpose - Offset applications for Purchase and Remortgage
  • Options Available - Payment reduction or Balance reduction
  • Discount - 2.15% applied to our Managed Flexi Mortgage Rate for 2 years
  • Minimum Rate - 3.89%
  • Loan to Value - Maximum 80%
  • Application fee - £175 + Valuation Fee
  • Valuation Fees - Free for properties up to £500,000. For properties above £500,000 the standard valuation fee scale applies, less £330 discount.
  • ~Product Fee - £999 for loans up to £500,000. For loans above £500,000, 0.3% of the loan amount
  • ^Cashback - £500 for remortgages and £100 to open and fund linked Offset Saver account
  • Early Repayment Charges - 2% in the first year, 1% in the second year
  • Maximum loan - No maximum. Loans above £500,000 should be referred to us for specific agreement before submission of an application
  • Minimum Loan - £45,000 for purchase and remortgage
  • Cost for comparison - 8.2% APRC.
  • Additional criteria - You are required to open an Offset Saver account in conjunction with this mortgage. On completion of the mortgage, a cashback amount will be used to open your linked Offset Saver account: £100 for remortgages and purchases
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Representative example

A mortgage of £175,000.00 payable over 9 years initially on a discounted variable rate for 2 years at 2.15% below our variable Managed Flexi Mortgage Rate and then on our variable Managed Flexi Mortgage Rate, currently 8.54% would require 23 monthly payments of £2,134.92 and 85 monthly payments of £2,284.68 plus one initial interest payment of £952.11.

The total amount payable would be £245,527.07 made up of the loan amount plus interest of £69,253.07, an Application Fee of £175, a Product Fee of £999 and a Mortgage Exit Fee of £100.

The overall cost for comparison is 8.2% APRC representative.

More downloads & what you'll need to apply

Identification

We carry out an electronic ID check on all applicants. If this fails you will need to provide us with ID documents.

Bank statements

  • Three full months most recent consecutive bank statements for all current accounts, to evidence all income and outgoings. Bank statements must show the applicants name, account number, sort code and bank logo.

If you're renting your current home you'll need:

  • Last 12 months statements showing rent payments.

If you already have a mortgage you'll need:

  • Proof of mortgage payments - we carry out an electronic credit check on all applicants which usually confirms this. However if this fails, we will need proof. This can be provided from 12 months bank statements, the latest mortgage statements, or a combination. To speed up our underwriting, you can provide these on submission.

Proof of income

If you're employed in a company you'll need:

  • Three months' most recent payslips
  • Most recent P60.

If you have property or investment income you'll need:

  • Two years most recent SA302s.

If you're self employed you'll need:

  • Two years most recent accounts or two years most recent SA302s / Tax Calculations (100% Completed) or Family Building Society Accountant's Certificate
  • Accountant's details on the application form.

If you are already retired or if the term of your mortgage term goes beyond retirement or age 70 you'll need:

  • Most recent Pension Statement or letter from Department for Work and Pensions
  • Most recent annual Pension Statement
  • Most recent P60.

Other items

Evidence of deposit for purchases:

  • Evidence of deposit in an account held by the applicant(s)
  • For gifted deposits, we require evidence of the funds in a UK account and the giftors details (name, date of birth, relationship to applicants).

If you already let a property you'll need:

  • Evidence of rent being paid in and mortgage being paid out (bank statements requested above may already cover this).

Case study - Helping the retired back into home ownership

When their landlady told them she wanted to sell the house, David and his wife decided to get back on the property ladder

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Over 125 years of helping people move in

For a long time we've been trusted to lend to a wide variety of people with a more small scale, personal approach as shown in our awards.

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Contact our expert UK team

New enquiries

Savings - 03330 140141

Mortgages - 03330 140140

newbusiness@familybsoc.co.uk

Existing customers

Savings - 03330 140144
 savings.service@familybsoc.co.uk

Mortgages - 03330 140146
 mortgage.service@familybsoc.co.uk

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