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1 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA (Issue 71)

1.50% Tax-free§ p.a./ AER†(fixed)
  • Interest paid: on maturity (30 June 2016)
  • Minimum investment & operating balance: £100
  • Maximum investment: The maximum you can invest for the 2015/2016 tax year is £15,240, less any amount invested in a Stocks and Shares ISA in the same tax year
  • Withdrawals: withdraw up to 25% of your capital investment without notice or loss of interest, prior to maturity and subject to minimum balance of £100 being maintained.
  • Deposits not permitted in future tax years
  • Deposits into this account can be made up to and including 31 June 2015. After this date the account may be closed for further deposits at any time and without notice at which point you will not be able to invest further funds.
View this 1 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA More about savings with us Rates correct as at 29 Apr 2015

3 year Fees Assisted Fixed Rate Mortgage

Initial rate
3.24%

Fixed up to and inc. 31 Jul 2018

Then changing to our SVR (currently)
5.69%

Thereafter

The overall cost for comparison is

5.2% APR Maximum loan to value 80% | Maximum loan £500,000 applies to loans up to 80% LTV | No Higher Lending Charge | Tapered Early Repayment Charges apply up to and including 31 Jul 2018 | Free Standard valuation up to £560 | Fees assisted in-house legal services for standard remortgages | Maximum loan £500,000 | 10% capital repayments allowed each year without incurring an Early Repayment Charge | Interest calculated daily | £1,000 Cashback upon completion | Booking fee (£0), redemption fee (£199), product arrangement fee (£199 - refundable) and other fees will apply – check product details for more information | Tapered Early Repayment Charges up to and including 31 Jul 2018.
View this 3 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage More about our mortgages Rates correct as at 22 April 2015

Warning: Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Warning: Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Why Leeds Building Society?

You’ll notice that we talk about ‘members’ and not ‘customers’. And there’s never a mention of ‘shareholders’. This is because Leeds Building Society is proudly a mutual society. We are owned by our members, the people who have mortgages and savings with us.

If you’re used to dealing with the banks, this might sound revolutionary, but it’s how we’ve worked for 140 years. With all that experience, we know exactly how to design financial products to meet the ever-changing needs of our members’ lives and all the little surprises life brings.

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At Leeds Building Society, our members come first, and have done for 140 years. Whether you’re thinking about becoming a member but want to get to know us better first, or you’re an existing member keeping up to date on offers, deals and news, Your Society is for you.

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