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.
We've made some exciting changes to our online services. You'll need to have an online account with us, or be registered to use our online services, to take advantage.
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That’s not the end of the improvements. Over the next few months we’ll be launching new ways to manage your accounts online. We’ll let you know in good time when these changes are to be made – both through the website and, if you are an existing online customer, via email as well. Plus, we’ll provide you with demos to let you experience the improvements.
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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).