Yorkshire Building Society Mortgages

Find out more about Yorkshire Building Society

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Yorkshire Building Society offers a choice of fixed, offset or tracker mortgages to first-time buyers, homemovers, and those looking to remortgage.

Yorkshire Building Society

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About Yorkshire Building Society

Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) offers mortgages for first-time buyers, home movers and remortgagers, and they include borrowing options for new build properties.

Yorkshire Building Society also offers savings products, home and life insurance and investment products.

Yorkshire Building Society is authorised by Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority.

Yorkshire Building Society is part of the YBS/Yorkshire Group.

Yorkshire Building Society mortgage options

Find fixed rate, offset and variable rate (tracker) mortgage deals with Yorkshire Building Society, designed for first-time buyers, home movers and remortgagers.

Yorkshire Building Society mortgages for first-time buyers: first-time buyers can find a mortgage with Yorkshire Building Society. They offer a Help to Buy ISA and 95% mortgages to help first-time buyers get on the property ladder.

Yorkshire Building Society mortgages for home movers: new and existing Yorkshire Building Society mortgage customers can find a mortgage for their new home. If you’re an existing Yorkshire Building Society mortgage customer then you may be able to port your existing mortgage deal to a new property, borrow more or borrow less.

Yorkshire Building Society remortgaging: existing Yorkshire Building Society mortgage customers can remortgage with Yorkshire Building Society to borrow more on a current mortgage (where possible), move to a new deal or transfer equity. New customers can move their existing mortgage to a new deal with Yorkshire Building Society.

Yorkshire Building Society’s mortgage advisers can help you find the mortgage type and deal that’ll work the best for you.

Yorkshire Building Society mortgage in principle

You can apply for a free mortgage in principle (Approval in Principle or AIP) online on Yorkshire Building Society’s website, over the phone or in branch.

A mortgage in principle gives you a better idea of whether Yorkshire Building Society will lend to you – and how much – and can be used to show you’re a serious buyer when it comes to putting in an offer for a house.

A Yorkshire Building Society agreement in principle will be valid for 30 days.

If you’ve got an agreement in principle you want to proceed with then you’ll need to speak to a Yorkshire Building Society mortgage adviser.

How do you apply for a Yorkshire Building Society mortgage?

You can apply for your Yorkshire Building Society mortgage online, over the phone by talking to a mortgage adviser, or apply in branch by booking an appointment online.

If you have your mortgage in principle then you can go straight to your mortgage application online.

In branch and over the phone applications come with mortgage advice from a Yorkshire Building Society adviser.

What’s the difference between a bank and a building society?

Banks are normally listed on the stock market and have shareholders, whereas all the savers and borrowers of building societies become members of their building society.

How to contact Yorkshire Building Society

You can contact Yorkshire Building Society by:

Branch or over the phone: Book an appointment online to go and speak to a Yorkshire Building Society adviser in branch or to book a phone consultation.

Facebook: Contact Yorkshire Building Society via Facebook.

Twitter: Contact Yorkshire Building Society via Twitter.

Yorkshire Building Society head office address: Yorkshire House, Yorkshire Drive, Bradford BD5 8LJ

Compare mortgage deals with MoneySuperMarket

You can also use MoneySuperMarket to find and compare mortgage deals by type of mortgage, initial monthly cost (for the mortgage deal), initial interest rate for the deal, the maximum loan-to-value each provider offers and whether there are any mortgage fees.

 

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