Leeds Building Society

Leeds Building Society

Leeds Building Society is the fifth largest UK building society and has been in the financial industry for over 140 years. Serving around 719,000 customers UK wide, and managing approximately £9.9 billion in saving balances, Leeds Building Society started life in 1875 as the Leeds and Holbeck (Permanent) Building Society. Renamed as the Leeds Building Society in 2005, it currently has 65 branches in the UK as well as one in Dublin and another in Gibraltar. Voted as the Best Building Society in 2006 by Mortgage Magazine, the Leeds Building Society is part of the Building Societies Association and offers a wide spectrum of financial products of which residential and buy to let mortgages are just two. Charging no upfront fees for applications for mortgage applicants, Leeds Building Society offers more than 130 different mortgage products and has a community of over 196,000 customers.

Leeds Building Society offers:

  • Fixed rate mortgages – there are 2, 3 5 and 10-year terms available
  • First time buyer mortgages - products available include loans up to 95% of the property's value, shared equity deals, fee assisted deals and shared ownership deals
  • Tracker rate mortgages – there are several 2-year tracker rate products available with LTVs of between 65% and 90%
  • Discounted rate mortgages – these are available for a period of 5 years
  • Variable rate mortgages – standard variable rate and buy to let variable rate products are on offer
  • Buy to let mortgages – available in 2-year fixed, 5-year fixed, variable rate and tracker products
  • Shared ownership/shared equity mortgages – available in 2, 3 or 5-year fixed rate, Scottish LIFT fixed rate or 2 year discount products
  • Welcome mortgages – available in 5 year fixed rate
  • Holiday let
  • Interest only
  • Remortgage only
  • Right to buy
  • Second home mortgages

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