Earl Shilton Building Society – UK Mortgage Lender
The Earl Shilton Building Society was founded in 1857 at Earl Shilton in Leicestershire. It is the 54th largest building society in the UK.
The society has two branches, one in Earl Shilton and the other in Barwell.
Tracker Mortgages: 3 year and lifetime base rate tracker mortgages.
Discount Mortgages: 5 year discounted rate mortgages.
Standard Variable Rate Mortgage: a variable rate mortgage where monthly repayments go up and down in line with the lender’s base rate.
Buy To Let Mortgages: 1 year discounted rate mortgages.
As with many other building societies there are a range of simple mortgages at a competitive rate due to the mutual nature of the building society and the requirement to offer affordable financing options for all members.
Earl Shilton Building Society also offers a range of savings accounts which are incredibly extensive and enable almost all types of customers an account to suit. For example there are savings accounts that are purely for investors over the age of 50 which have a particularly favourable rate of return provided no withdrawals are made. There are also a range of options for young savers, but none that are directly linked to the mortgage range.
The Earl Shilton Building Society has an affiliated company, Earl Shilton Financial Services Ltd, which offers a wide range of advice on issues mainly surrounding pensions, tax planning and inheritance finances.