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5 yr Fix Mortgage 80% LTV 2.99% - no fees for loans less than £500k

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I think this is the lowest non-fee 5 year fix for 80% LTV...... Maximum Loan to Value (LTV) 80% Interest Rates Initial rate of 2.99% until 30th April 2020 reverting to Standard Variable Rate (c…
ran123ran Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago27 Comments
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Obviously clicking on the link reveals who the deal is with, but it is weird that Newcastle Building Society is not actually mentioned in the title, the OP, or anywhere in the thread so far.

Edited By: Stu C on Feb 13, 2015 22:38
note deals are changing daily and when it comes to mortgages one size doesn't fit all. always check with a broker and one that's free and pays cashback. Quidco and Tcb have a couple of brokers on there sites.
Meh I would take a Base rate plus 1.5% tracker over this any day. Especially if it had no fees and was an offset!
My current fixed rate (on one part of my mortgage) ends in June, and reverts to SVR. Apparently I need to spend an hour on the phone to decide if I can afford a new fixed rate. Thing is the new fixed rate will be cheaper than currently, and much cheaper than SVR. Where's the logic? Just hope I pass.....
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4.2% 1yr saving Newcastle BS Bond

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Hope this is in the right place - if not please move mods. From MoneySaving Expert "Urgent! 4.2% 1-yr fixed savings loophole Ready, set, GO! Last one like this disappeared in 24 hours. Beats top…
theclaretvillain Avatar5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago62 Comments
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c4m1k4z3
signed up, i've done a BACS transfer of just £500 as i wanted to be able to login. anyone received their online details yet to view/manage their account?
I would not expect login details until (at least) late next week with the demand they have had!
signed up, i've done a BACS transfer of just £500 as i wanted to be able to login. anyone received their online details yet to view/manage their account?
Ok, so here is the definitive answer regarding additional deposits into the now withdrawn Premier Bond. Direct from NBS.



The Newcastle Premier Bond (Issue 2) has been withdrawn as of Wednesday 15 June 3pm, and no further applications can now be made.

Why has the Newcastle Premier Bond (Issue 2) been withdrawn?

This was a very competitive product launched on 14 June, which gained significant overnight coverage through Money Saving Expert. As such this resulted in a heavy influx of online and telephone applications. All financial institutions must operate in a prudent manner and we set strict tranche limits against the volume of funds we are able to accept. Due to the popularity of this product it was withdrawn as the tranche was fulfilled very quickly. Both our Customer Services and Web Services Team were briefed to ensure we could deal with the additional enquiry volumes. We hope to return to the market with an alternative five year product in due course. We continue to offer a strong savings range please visit our website http://www.newcastle.co.uk or call Newcastle Direct.

I have already successfully applied by telephone or online, what happens next?

Applicants must make an investment by close of business on Tuesday 05 July 2011. If you have selected to fund your Newcastle Premier Bond (Issue 2) online this will take minimum of 7 working days, depending on the date selected during your application to fund the account. Your online account will display a default rate of 0.10%Gross/AER** until the minimum investment has been met or at any time should the balance fall below the minimum balance required as stated in the product terms & conditions.

If you are yet to fund the account please see the advice below.

How do I fund my Newcastle Premier Bond (Issue 2)?

If you did not fund your account during your application, or you wish to add additional funds you will need to fund your account by close of business on Tuesday 05 July 2011, in one of the following ways:
Send us a cheque made payable to Newcastle Building Society, Re: your name(s) + your application reference number (eg: Miss AB Smith 910000000)
Please post your cheque to the address below:
Newcastle Building Society
Investment Services
Portland House
New Bridge Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8AL
To make a BACS transfer using Sort Code 23-59-54 / Account No. 00000008 Including Your Application Reference or Enquiry No.
To make a CHAPS transfer using Sort Code 20-59-55 / Account No. 00000009 Including Your Application Reference or Enquiry No.
We will bank your deposit upon receipt; cheques will earn interest from the second day after they are received. BACS and CHAPS payments will earn interest from the day cleared funds are received from your provider. We will endeavor to write to you within 10 days of successful funding of your account with further details, please take the time to read this information as it contains important details regarding your new account.
If you require any further assistance please call our Customer Services Team on 0845 7344 345* lines are open 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday (Excluding Bank Holidays).
Regards,

Newcastle Direct - Customer Services
Principal Office, Portland House, New Bridge Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AL
Switchboard +44 (0)191 244 2000 Customer Services +44 (0)845 7344 345*
Email [email protected] Website http://www.newcastle.co.uk

*Calls may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes
**‘Gross’ interest is the contractual rate of interest payable before the deduction of income tax. ‘AER’ stands for the Annual Equivalent Rate, a notional rate which illustrates what interest rate would be if paid and compounded on an annual basis.
Magister
[8.2 Additional deposits may not be permitted after the Account has been withdrawn

says "may not" rather than "will not" This implies that there will be a discretion to accept or reject additional funds.

May not = Will not after the 20 days. Laywers dont have words like "implies" or "discretion" in their vocabulary.

Once the 20 days have gone that's it forever. I tried with a previous bond and withdrawn ISA.







Edited By: kar999 on Jun 16, 2011 13:44
BrianM
I have just phoned the Newcastle Building Society.

I asked that, as the bond was closed, if I was constrained to the Initial Amount I opened it with yesterday. She said NO - I still have 20 days in which to add to the account after it is open!!!


Ah, that's good news! Will wait to see if NBS confirm that with me also.
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3.4% ISA with Newcastle Building Society

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**CREDIT TO HUKD MEMBER '059' FOR SUGGESTING THIS IN THE MISC SECTION** Balance Builder ISA Balance Builder ISA Up to 3.40% Gross* / 2.00% AER** Build your tax-free ISA allowance with regula…
sharkalos Avatar6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago14 Comments
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csiman;8343853
lol - wasnt RBS & HBOS blue chip companies a couple of years ago? your investment would now be worth about 5% of its value 2 years ago........:whistling:


Yes, but use "common sense". Select the blue chips from the BP, Shell, Glaxo,

Obviously, stick to non-financials.

Of course I am sure you realise, if you purchased RBS months ago you would have more than doubled your money, and at the low, more than quadrupled your money (400%)!

As I stated, avoid financials for minimised risk.
Have you ever heard of stop losses to minimse the downside?
You may be better off with 4% a year.
diabeticguy;8343878
Because it is hard earned cash, I am paranoid about cocking up big time, getting greedy or losing some or all of it. I was reasonable happy with what I had been getting. To be honest I don't understand figures and % rates and would not have realised that things were going wrong.

first rule of investment is to monitor your interest rates and switch when they get low. I just set a monthly reminder to check them and switch using MSE as a guide to the top rates. :thumbsup:
csiman;8342624
so why did you leave your money in accounts paying very low rates? 3.0%+ have been available for at least the last 12 months.


Because it is hard earned cash, I am paranoid about cocking up big time, getting greedy or losing some or all of it. I was reasonable happy with what I had been getting. To be honest I don't understand figures and % rates and would not have realised that things were going wrong.
Common Sense;8343819
ISA = tax free. If you want to use the money you lose the tax free benefit for life.
For many people, their ISA is their nest egg and they never use the money.

They die with their ISA intact. But, they lose the tax free element in the year of death.

It may be relatively risk free, but the returns are not do great in investment terms.
They serve as a secure form of investment, with poor growth.
Many shares yield more than this interest rate.

Look at blue chips such as BP within an ISA. The yield (dividends) beat the interest rates of cash ISA's on offer and the share price has done very little over the past years (some recent rises). At the current rate, isn't the yield better than a fixed rate ISA, with no minimum term?

lol - wasnt RBS & HBOS blue chip companies a couple of years ago? your investment would now be worth about 5% of its value 2 years ago........:whistling:
ISA = tax free. If you want to use the money you lose the tax free benefit for life.
For many people, their ISA is their nest egg and they never use the money.

They die with their ISA intact. But, they lose the tax free element in the year of death.

It may be relatively risk free, but the returns are not do great in investment terms.
They serve as a secure form of investment, with poor growth.
Many shares yield more than this interest rate.

Look at blue chips such as BP within an ISA. The yield (dividends) beat the interest rates of cash ISA's on offer and the share price has done very little over the past years (some recent rises). At the current rate, isn't the yield better than a fixed rate ISA, with no minimum term (if you can invest £5100-£10,200k in one go the trading cost is more effective)?
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Newcastle Building Society - Free Prepaid Master Card - Avoid RyanAir Fees!

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I've been looking everywhere for a prepaid MasterCard as RyanAir is now begining to charge booking fees for the Electron card. There are several Prepaid Mastercards available for free with EURO and US…
Turbonerd Avatar6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago120 Comments
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I use fair fx. I received the card free & got cashback also through topcashback. I load the card on their website using my debit card. I don't know if there is a minimum load - Last time I put £30 on my fair fx anywhere card. (the back transfer option takes time) ther is a certain moneysaving tips website & there is an article on there.
Sweetchinmusic
I need to get one of these cards ASAP. But this one states its minimum £100 load? So If Im purchasing tickets which have a total of £20 I can't just put £20 on the card to pay for it can I? What are my other options of getting past the charges? The FairFX one charges to purchase as do the others!!

Please help as Im looking to buy these tickets within the next few days.


Well I somehow don't think you will get one in a few days, mine took about a week to process.
I need to get one of these cards ASAP. But this one states its minimum £100 load? So If Im purchasing tickets which have a total of £20 I can't just put £20 on the card to pay for it can I? What are my other options of getting past the charges? The FairFX one charges to purchase as do the others!!

Please help as Im looking to buy these tickets within the next few days.
Searcher2;7819762
You'd be better looking on the FairFx thread rather than this one i.e.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/575145/beat-ryanair-cc-charges-free-fairfx?page=5

The link in the OP seems to go to the right place... but info in #98 and #114




Thanks for that link - repped :)
You'd be better looking on the FairFx thread rather than this one i.e.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/575145/beat-ryanair-cc-charges-free-fairfx?page=5

The link in the OP seems to go to the right place... but info in #98 and #114
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5 YR FIXED 5.0% (GROSS) AER ISA from NEWCASTLE BUILDING SOCIETY £1.00

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Thank me later, best deal out, 5% AER fixed ISA for 5 years (through July 2014)! Minimum investment £1, further details via the link. Expiry unknown but limited issue. Thanks to my brother Luke…
jfojut Avatar7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago59 Comments
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I took out the 5% account with the Newcastle Building Society and the original terms said you had to give 90 days notice if you wanted to withdraw your money, but it looks like they mad a mistake and they have written to confirm that you only need to give 30 days notice!!!
Sorry Guy's now the offer is closed.

The 5 Year, 5%, Fixed Rate ISA and Bond (Issue 1) have been withdrawn and are no longer available for further applications.

All Online Applications submitted, will be honoured. Any Postal Applications and cheque investments must be received by close of business Friday 24th July. All ISA Transfer applications where funds are being transferred from other providers to the Newcastle will be accepted. Your current ISA provider does have 30 days from request to action this. Unfortunately no allowances can be made for interruptions in the Postal Service due to Industrial Action.
chalkysoil;5755599
if anyone (like me) didn't put the full £3600 in yet, you've got until 24th July to do it at this 5% rate as they are closing the deal.
Must say their customer services people are really helpful on the phone, 5* :)


once you;ve opened the account... isnt it a fixed rate when you put more money in... it is currently closed now and theres no more applications but yeh... can i still put more money in and get the 5% interest?
if anyone (like me) didn't put the full £3600 in yet, you've got until 24th July to do it at this 5% rate as they are closing the deal.
Must say their customer services people are really helpful on the phone, 5* :)
Well if your between 16-21 you can get a premier current account with alliance and leicester which you get 5% interest on amounts up to £1k.
Also i've got a voucher code for £25 when you open an account if you want it, private message me your email
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