Our new Abingdon branch opened on Tuesday 27 July.
Lending in retirement
Getting a mortgage in retirement
doesn't have to be difficult
At Newbury Building Society, we understand there are many different reasons why you want a mortgage which takes you into your 60s, 70s and beyond. For example, you may want to free up equity to fund a holiday home or give your children and grandchildren a helping hand on the property ladder.
We believe you shouldn't be limited when applying for a mortgage and that's why we lend up to the age of 90 across our entire standard mortgage range. This means that for new mortgage applications across our residential products, the term may be allowed to run until the borrower's 90th birthday.
Friendly people, great rates! We were looking for a RIO mortgage after our existing lender wouldn't extend our term after my early retirement. On our initial call with one of your Mortgage Advisers, we failed the RIO affordability checks but the adviser was quick to suggest a standard mortgage at a great rate. Kept us informed by email during the application process and helped answer any questions. We completed the remortgage in about six weeks and are now very happy Newbury customers. Thanks to the team for making this a very pleasant experience.
Our Retirement Interest-Only mortgage is designed to support borrowers in later life who do not want to downsize their current property and wish to remain in their home.
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For further information on mortgage appointments see our making a mortgage appointment page for further details.
Appointments with our qualified mortgage advisers can be made on Saturday mornings and can be undertaken by telephone or by videocall.
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