- The Premium Saver (5) - is now on sale and can be applied for exclusively online. £1,000 minimum deposit. You can add funds to the account until 3pm, 7 February 2022, after this no additions will be allowed. Find out more
Following the Bank of England’s decision to raise the Bank Rate by 0.15% to 0.25%, Windfall Bond and Tracker Savings Bond rates will increase by 0.15% from 1 January 2022. We will be reviewing our other savings and variable mortgage rates. We will be in touch with more details if the rates on your mortgage or savings account are changing.
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This website has been produced to comply with the laws applicable to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and has been designed for use by individuals owning property in England and Wales and UK investors. Therefore, if you are accessing this site from outside the United Kingdom the information on this site is provided for information purposes only and must not be read or distributed outside the United Kingdom as if it were an advertisement or offer.
Nothing contained in this website is an offer, promise or otherwise to make a specific loan. All mortgage related decisions are made by the management of Family Building Society upon receipt of a completed application form and any resultant offer will be made in writing in a formal Mortgage Offer.
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