This is for illustration purposes only. The actual amount you can borrow will vary depending upon your personal circumstances.
For a more accurate estimate, which takes into account affordability, deposit and other details, use our full borrowing calculator.
This estimate assumes that interest rate will remain the same throughout the term of the mortgage, and mortgage type is repayment (rather than interest-only).
For illustration purposes only. This information does not contain all of the details you need to choose a mortgage. Make sure you read the separate Key Facts Illustration before you make a decision.
For a more accurate estimate based on your chosen mortgage product please use our full cost calculator.
Whether you manage your accounts online, over the phone or in a branch, there are things you’ll need to know. For example, how quickly your money will get into or out of your account, what our fees and charges are, what sort codes to use, what our withdrawal limits are and our use of Verified by Visa/Mastercard Securecode.
During December we introduced a Faster Payments service. This means electronic payments from your account arrive at their destination more quickly. The service is part of new regulations to change the way payments are processed between bank accounts from 2012 onwards.
Electronic payments you make from your account to a bank account elsewhere will normally arrive the next day. It won't change when the payments leave your account; just that they'll get to the receiving bank quicker.
If you manage your account online, logging in to make an electronic payment is exactly the same as before. The only difference you'll be aware of (other than the quicker arrival at the receiving bank) is what happens to payments above £100,000. There is an overall transaction limit of £100,000 under the Faster Payments scheme. So, if you request an electronic transfer above this amount, it will be sent as more than one payment.
A limited number of bank accounts are not part of the Faster Payments scheme. To check whether the bank accounts you make electronic payments to are covered, use the sort code checker.
Call us on 0845 1200 100 with any questions about how the Faster Payments service affects your accounts. Lines are open 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm Saturday.
Download a guide to the Fees & Charges that apply to our savings accounts.
To make payments to or from your account(s) via the banking system - it is critical that you use the correct sort code when setting up the arrangements.
|Sort code||60 - 92 - 04|
(operated through one of our main bankers - NatWest Bank Plc)
|Bank Account Number||The first 8 digits of your YBS account number|
|Reference or Roll number||The full 10 digits of your YBS account number (direct credits only)|
|Sort code||56 - 00 - 36|
|Bank Account Number||00115959|
|Bank Account Name||Yorkshire Building Society|
|IBAN||GB88 NWBK 560036 00115959|
|SWIFT / BIC||NWBKGB2LXXX|
|Reference||Your 10 digit Yorkshire account number|
|Account Name||Yorkshire account holder’s name|
|Bank Name||National Westminster Bank Plc|
|Branch Address||Bradford City Centre Branch|
Please contact your local branch or our Member Contact Centre on 0845 1 200 100.
For operational reasons we impose limits on the amounts that can be withdrawn from our savings accounts at branches or agencies. The limits are set out below and are subject to change from time to time.
Where the terms of your account allow immediate access to your funds:
Proof of identity may also be required when making withdrawals.
Additional security for your debit card transactions.
The Society has adopted Verified by Visa and Mastercard SecureCode to provide you with extra security when using your debit card to make an online deposit into your Yorkshire Building Society savings account. This reassures your card issuer that it is you making the transaction and makes it much harder for your card to be used fraudulently.
If you have not already registered your card(s) for the scheme then you can find out more information by speaking to your card issuer or clicking on the links below.
Yorkshire Building Society is one of the largest building societies in the UK. We offer a range of financial products and services including: savings & investment accounts, insurance products, loans, mortgages and more.
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Yorkshire Building Society is a member of the Building Societies Association and is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. We are entered in the Financial Services Register under registration number 106085.
Any reference on this website or in our literature to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) should be deemed to mean the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).