Yorkshire Building Society
What the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society takeover means for you
N&P has this week been taken over by Yorkshire Building Society, which means big changes for some of its customers
4 November 2011
Major changes for Egg customers as takeover completes
The final stages of the sale of Egg were finalised this week, meaning big changes for its 1.7 million customers
3 November 2011
Mortgage rates hit new record low, but watch out for the fees
Mortgage rates have been falling for months but borrowers have been warned to consider the soaring fees charged
4 October 2011
Yorkshire and N&P building societies tie-up moves closer
A merger involving Yorkshire and Norwich & Peterborough building societies remained on track today after members gave the deal their support
23 August 2011
Yorkshire Building Society to buy Egg: How it affects you
The buy-out, expected to be complete towards the end of the year, will mean reduced protection for some savers
25 July 2011
Mortgage rates at record low, and they may drop further
Some brokers believe prices could fall yet more, given few expect the Bank of England base rate to rise any time soon
20 July 2011
Offset mortgage costs are down but are they best?
The drop has prompted some experts to suggest offset mortgages are a good option for homeowners who want a decent savings rate
13 April 2011
Cash Isa providers 'failing' to give accurate advice
23 February 2011
Post Office to launch inflation-beating savings
20 February 2011
Lenders restrict cheap mortgage deals
13 July 2010
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