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Your mortgage is likely to be the biggest financial commitment of your life, so it’s important that you know the different parts of your mortgage payment as well as the methods you can use to pay your mortgage.
This Mortgage Payment guide includes a breakdown of the elements of your monthly mortgage payment so you know what you’re paying towards as well as information on how to make a payment.
You can also find information on the payment options available to certain customers who want to pay a bit more on their mortgage each month or what to do if you need to take a payment holiday. You can also find out what to do if you are struggling to pay off your mortgage each month.
You should be aware that if you want to pay off your mortgage early, you may be liable for Early Repayment Charges.
Simply put, this is the amount of money being borrowed from your mortgage provider to purchase a property or to remortgage it. Part of your mortgage payment goes towards the repayment of this amount.
The interest is the charge made by the lender on the amount you owe. At the start of your mortgage most of your payment will go towards paying the interest. Over time you will start to pay off more of the capital and the balance will reduce quicker.
When you obtain a mortgage there are usually fees and charges that are applied such as application fees or product fees. Some fees must be paid before your application; others can be paid after you’ve made your application. Some fees may be able to be added to the total mortgage loan, this would increase both the loan amount and the amount of interest.
An Interest Only mortgage is where the payments only go towards repayment of the interest being charged on the mortgage loan and not towards payment of the capital. This means that the capital needs to be repaid at the end of the term. We do not currently offer Interest Only mortgages but we do have a guide page for existing customers who have one of these deals.
Most people choose to make payment via a monthly direct debit from their main bank account. This is arranged as part of your application so that it is ready as soon as your mortgage completes.
You can call our 24-hour automated line on 0345 1200 200* to make a payment by debit card.
You can pay your mortgage payments by cheque, either at one of our branches or by sending in the post to:Processing Team Yorkshire Building Society Yorkshire House Yorkshire Drive Bradford West Yorkshire BD5 8LJ
You can also make a payment towards your mortgage over the counter at your bank or building society, using the following bank details:
|Sort code||60 – 92 – 04|
|Bank account number||The first 8 digits of your YBS mortgage account number|
|Reference or roll number||The full 10 digits of your YBS mortgage account number|
These details can also be used to arrange payment via Faster Payments, CHAPS or BACS.
You may make overpayments either as regular additional payments or as lump sums. There may be a maximum amount that you can pay each year without incurring Early Repayment Charges. Please refer to your product factsheet and mortgage offer for full details of overpayment restrictions and Early Repayment Charges. Read more about making overpayments .
You can call our 24-hour automated line to make a mortgage payment by debit card or to speak to us about your payment options:
Whatever payment option you choose it’s important to remember that your mortgage is a loan which is secured against your home. This means that as a last resort, we can take action to repossess and sell your home if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage or in the event of any severe breaches of your obligations.
Speak to one of our friendly mortgage advisers about your options