Skipton adds three-year residential range


Skipton Building Society has added a new range of three-year residential purchase and remortgage products.

The new products go live tomorrow.

New fee-free three-year fixes for purchase and remortgage start from 1.94 per cent to 75 per cent LTV, 2.19 per cent to 85 per cent LTV and 2.54 per cent to 90 per cent LTV.

For remortgages only the lender is also bringing in a new two-year fix at 2.24 per cent to 80 per cent LTV.

Skipton will also introduce five-year remortgage fixes at 2.14 per cent to 60 per cent LTV and 2.38 per cent to 80 per cent LTV, all with £350 cashback.

For purchasers, the refreshed range will include a two-year fix at 2.16 per cent to 90 per cent LTV and a five-year fix at 2.74 per cent to 90 per cent LTV, both with £995 fees.

All purchase and remortgage products have free valuations, while some remortgage products also include free standard legals or £350 cashback.

Skipton head of products Kris Brewster says: “This refreshed core range offers products across a wide range of short-term and longer-term fixed residential mortgages, both for new buyers and those wishing to remortgage.”



Skipton appoints Emma Hill as IRM

Skipton Building Society has appointed Emma Hill as an intermediary relationship manager. She was previously intermediary support manager at the lender. Hill (pictured) says: “I am thoroughly excited to embark on my new venture as an IRM for Skipton. “Intermediary lending equates 95 per cent of our lending and therefore it is vital that our […]

Houses, house, property, monopoly

Skipton brings back seven-year fixes

Skipton Building Society is tomorrow launching two new seven-year fixed rate residential mortgages. The lender last offered seven-year fixes in January 2015. It stopped selling them because demand had shifted towards shorter-term fixes. The first new product has a 2.40 per cent rate to 75 per cent LTV with a £995 fee. The second has […]


Improving health and wellbeing through pensions auto-enrolment

As the auto-enrolment revolution is rolled out to companies with between 50 and 249 people, employers will be grappling with the new rules and requirements. Even though introducing the new regime can be time consuming, many employers are regarding it as an opportunity to review their benefits packages, with employee health and wellbeing regarded as a popular addition.


News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up