The regular way to save for something specialFind out how
- Interest paid: annually (31 Oct)
- Minimum operating balance: £50
- Minimum monthly payment: £50
- Maximum monthly payment: £250 (£250 for joint accounts also)
- Operate through branch or post
- Withdrawals: one withdrawal is permitted each bonus period (from 1 Nov – 31 Oct each year). If a second withdrawal is required you will not qualify for a bonus in respect of that period.
- No fixed term, so you can keep on saving
Based on the interest rates and level of bonus payment quoted above, if you open your account on 1 November and you save £250 per month for 12 consecutive months, you will receive gross interest of £49.71 on 31 October the following year, providing you do not make any withdrawals during the bonus period (1 November – 31 October).View this RegularSaver account More about savings with us Rates correct as at 16 Oct 2014
Fixed up to and inc. 31 Dec 2017
Then changing to our SVR (currently)
The overall cost for comparison is5.2% 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 Dec 2017 | Free Standard valuation up to £335 | 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 (£199 - non refundable), redemption fee (£199), product arrangement fee (£800 - refundable) and other fees will apply – check product details for more information | Tapered Early Repayment Charges up to and including 31 Dec 2017.
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