Chorley Building Society Mortgage Rates & Fees Comparison
Chorley Building Society offers a range of fixed and variable rate mortgages that could be suitable for you.
What types of mortgages can I get with Chorley Building Society?
- Discount Your interest rate will remain locked a specific percentage below the lender’s standard variable rate (SVR) for a set amount of time (up to five years). After your discount period ends, you’ll be switched onto the SVR.
- Remortgages You can switch your existing mortgage to Chorley Building Society via one of its remortgage products.
- Variable rate Your interest rate will shift up and down based on various economic conditions.
- Buy-to-let You need a buy-to-let mortgage to borrow money to buy an additional property and let it out.
- 95% LTV Some Chorley Building Society mortgages allow you to buy a property while only putting down 5% of the property’s value as a mortgage deposit.
How to apply
You can arrange an appointment with the lender’s mortgage experts by calling 01257 235001 or visiting a local branch.
What information is needed to apply?
You’ll need to provide proof of identification, your most recent P60, your last three months of payslips (or two years of SA302’s if self-employed), and proof of deposit.
You’ll need to be at least 18 years old to apply for a standard mortgage, 21 for a 95% LTV mortgage or 25 for a buy-to-let mortgage. You won’t be lent more than 4.5 times your annual income. Applicants with CCJs, defaults, bankruptcies will not be accepted.
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There are huge benefits to choosing to use a mortgage broker to help you get the right deal. They will do all of the hard work and research for you. They are experts in comparing the hundreds of loans and lenders out in the market based on your individual needs and eligibility, so you won’t have to worry about being forced into a deal. Your broker will also negotiate with your chosen lender on your behalf to make sure you are getting the right deal for you.
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