Skipton Building Society
Skipton launches 7.5% regular saver for existing customers – here's who can get it and how
If you're a Skipton Building Society mortgage or savings customer you can now access its new 7.5% regular savings account.
6 June 2023
Skipton launches UK's first 100% no-deposit mortgage since 2008 – which Martin Lewis says could be a 'sensible' option for some renters
Renters struggling to save for a deposit can now get a 100% mortgage from Skipton Building Society. It's the first no-deposit deal – that doesn't require a guarantor's backing – to launch in the UK since 2008.
9 May 2023
Skipton launching new 0.99% two-year fixed rate mortgage
Skipton BS is launching a two-year fixed-rate mortgage at 0.99% if you're borrowing 60% of your home's value
12 July 2017
Over 15,000 cash Lifetime ISAs opened
The first cash Lifetime ISA has already proved popular with savers, with thousands opened in the first week
19 June 2017
Skipton to launch first cash Lifetime ISA
Skipton Building Society will launch its Lifetime Cash ISA on Thursday paying 0.50% for savers aged 18-39
6 June 2017
Skipton becomes first provider to announce it will offer cash Lifetime ISAs
Skipton Building Society has confirmed it will become the first provider to offer a cash Lifetime ISA (LISA)
20 March 2017
You've a new £15,240 ISA allowance - get 2.25% interest
Everyone aged 16 or over now has a brand-new £15,240 cash ISA allowance - here are the 10 need-to-knows
8 April 2015
Cash ISA year ends Sunday: Get up to 2.25% tax-free interest
The tax year ends on 5 April, so there are just days left for any UK over-16 to use their £15,000 tax-free ISA allowance
1 April 2015
Help to Buy 95% mortgages launch today: What are the deals like?
NatWest and RBS are among the providers which will offer 95% mortgage deals under the Government's Help to Buy scheme
8 October 2013
Buy-to-let borrowers hit by West Brom mortgage hike
Thousands of West Bromwich buy-to-let tracker rate mortgage customers will be hit by rate hikes from 1 December
23 September 2013
Martin: Car insurance up 41%
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