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Darlington Building Society is a building society with branches throughout County Durham, North Yorkshire and the Tees Valley region. They offer a range of mortgage products for homeowners, first time buyers, self-builders and buy to let landlords.

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Fixed Apr-2020 From Post Office
Initial rate 1.44% Apr-2020
Maximum LTV 60%
Overall cost of comparison 4.1% APRC
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Post Office will pay your standard valuation fee
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Fixed Apr-2020 From Post Office
Initial rate 1.53% Apr-2020
Maximum LTV 85%
Overall cost of comparison 4.1% APRC
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£500 CASHBACK, FREE VALUATION (standard valuation fee) and £0 PRODUCT FEE
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Tracker 2 years From HSBC
Initial rate 1.24% 2 years
Maximum LTV 60%
Overall cost of comparison 3.7% APRC
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Fixed May-2020 From HSBC
Initial rate 1.32% May-2020
Maximum LTV 60%
Overall cost of comparison 3.6% APRC
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Fixed Apr-2020 From Post Office
Initial rate 1.33% Apr-2020
Maximum LTV 75%
Overall cost of comparison 4.1% APRC
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Call Post Office 0808 178 6813
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Fixed Apr-2020 From Post Office
Initial rate 1.38% Apr-2020
Maximum LTV 75%
Overall cost of comparison 4.1% APRC
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Call Post Office 0808 178 6813
Post Office logo
Fixed Apr-2020 From Post Office
Initial rate 1.38% Apr-2020
Maximum LTV 75%
Overall cost of comparison 4.1% APRC
See deal
Call HSBC 0800 077 4336
HSBC logo
Fixed May-2020 From HSBC
Initial rate 1.39% May-2020
Maximum LTV 60%
Overall cost of comparison 3.6% APRC
See deal
Call Post Office 0808 178 6813
Post Office logo
Fixed Apr-2020 From Post Office
Initial rate 1.44% Apr-2020
Maximum LTV 60%
Overall cost of comparison 4.1% APRC
See deal
Call HSBC 0800 077 4336
HSBC logo
Fixed May-2021 From HSBC
Initial rate 1.49% May-2021
Maximum LTV 60%
Overall cost of comparison 3.5% APRC
See deal

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Compare Darlington mortgages

The Darlington Building Society offer a wide range of mortgage products including fixed rate mortgages, tracker mortgages and discount mortgages. Which type of mortgage offers the best value for you will depend on your borrowing needs and personal circumstances.

First Time Buyer mortgages

Using the government’s Help to Buy scheme, you can borrow up to 95% of the value of a first home to help you get onto the property ladder. Darlington Building Society offer both discounted and fixed rate mortgages to first time buyers, helping to make it more affordable and easier to plan your repayment costs, depending on your financial priorities.

Self-build mortgages

Darlington Building Society offer mortgages for self-builders through BuildStore, a Scottish specialist mortgage broker. This can help people who want to build their own homes get the finance they need when they would not be able to apply for a normal mortgage. Self-build mortgages are usually released in stages as the build progresses.

Buy to Let mortgages

When looking at buying a house to rent out, you need to apply for a dedicated buy to let mortgage. This will usually be capped at a maximum of about 75% of a property’s market value and the amount you can borrow may also depend on the likely rental income of the property.

Remortgaging with the Darlington Building Society

Switching your mortgage to Darlington Building Society may be worth considering if you want to get a better deal on your mortgage or need to borrow more for home improvements or other purposes. Remortgaging can allow you to reduce your monthly payments by getting a more competitive interest rate, or leave you with money left over once your old mortgage is paid off.

Loan to value ratio

To get an idea of how much you will be able to borrow, you need to look at your income and the loan to value (LTV) ratio offered with particular mortgage products. LTV tells you what percentage of a property’s value you are likely to be able to borrow with a particular mortgage.

For example, if you were looking at a property worth £100,000 and wanted to apply for a mortgage offering 70% LTV, you would be able to borrow up to £70,000. You would need to fund the difference yourself, paid upfront as a deposit. Generally speaking, the lower your LTV, the lower interest rates you will tend to be offered.

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