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5 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage 1.24% (60% LTV, £995 product) via Intermediary - First Time Buyers & Movers @ TSB
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Posted 12th FebPosted 12th Feb
5 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage 1.24% (60% LTV, £995 product) via Intermediary - First Time Buyers & Movers @ TSB
TSB have reduced their mortgage rates this morning. Compared with the other mortgage deals posted recently, there is no super-high borrowing threshold (Halifax); thi… Read more
meshosa

How did you get your first mortgage, go through the same process as you have to remortgage or you end up paying twice as much interest.

CarlGordon

Hello all, quick question, my first 5 years mortgage is finishing June 2021, 200,000 house, 40,000 deposit, so borrowed 160,000. 760 per month repayments, unsure of % off top of my head. With Halifax. What happens now, what are my options? Can i change bank, with a lower interest rate and make the payments lower than 760? Massive thanks to any responses!

mr_bargain

I’ve got a 40% deposit thanks so it does happen.

el.nino

40000

BigBoyBezza

It is doable for some people i could have done it but i decided the rent and save juzt to get out of my parents house Theres plenty of others like me

0% interest for up to 29 months on platinum balance transfers credit card @ TSB
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Posted 24th Nov 2020Posted 24th Nov 2020
0% interest for up to 29 months on platinum balance transfers credit card @ TSB
as usual my advice is to think twice before opt for any sort of debt. Platinum Balance Transfer Card Details per uswitch/tsb: This card offers you our LONGEST 0% balance transfer… Read more
highdon

Same, 999 experian score, good salary, 5 years of flawless credit history with loans and credit cards. I just wanted a new balance transfer card because I have no offers on the existing ones, but I guess I will keep looking? They should be doing a soft-check first as with their requirements, I am guessing all the do constantly is leave a shitstain on people's records.

Creatzy

HAHAHAHAHA ... COLD.. you know why ? even if you have perfect credit history they are rejecting people. Fake deal from the provider - not the op 975 Experian Credit Score Mortgage - never missed a payment credit card with a huge limit and only used 10% of it ( which I planned to move balance) no other credit whatsoever and still declined The only thing I got out of this was a black mark of a hard search from these muppets

muffboy

I use Amex Platinum however the odd retailer still doesn't accept it, at this point I open my wallet ( it's full of credit cards ) and mutter "there's another stolen one in here I'm sure will work." The police have been notified twice to my knowledge due to gullible store staff!

666djb

Definitely. Girls will go mad for you. Everyone is envious of people with credit cards, the more the better. Get it ordered and wap it around like it's the 1980’s. Loadsa money!

smellyonion

Looking for a 0% money transfer but there seems to be nothing fee free.

2.8% loan 1-5 years £7,500-£25,000 @ TSB (+ Quidco £70 cashback)
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Posted 16th Nov 2020Posted 16th Nov 2020
2.8% loan 1-5 years £7,500-£25,000 @ TSB (+ Quidco £70 cashback)
TSB’s lowest rate: 2.8% APR representative for loans between £7,500 and £25,000 for 1-5 years. + £70 Quidco cashback With the minimum of £7,500 borrowed over 1 year you would pay… Read more
jcthegooner

Well that was an ordeal, after being on hold for ages (with agents temporarily connecting to me and trying to convince me to hang up) I was told I needed to go into branch to finalise my application - even though the branch isn't open until 3rd December at the earliest... In the end I got a slightly worse rate with Halifax (2.9%) and the money was in my account within 30 seconds...

jcthegooner

I was quoted 2.8%, I've been told my application is being reviewed now though (I've done it after Fridays closing time, so whether I actually get it or not remains to be seen).

old_mikefield

Sorry Summer, but your "socialsupport" is pretty poor. The response I received when I contacted you was incoherent, contradictory, and almost unintelligble. Quidco really need to work on how they deal with "support", and indeed, how they advertise, promote (and most importantly) honour their offers. I simply no longer trust Quidco after they failed to pay out on a Sky offer a couple of years ago, and are looking likely to let me down again in the very near future.

price_smasher

You could try Tesco Bank, the APR is 2.9% and you could get £52.50 cashback from TCB which makes it pretty attractive.

Dino_Hossain

The best I’m getting is 14.9% (lol) anyone actually getting the 2.8%? Any alternative?

0% interest for up to 29 months on platinum balance transfers credit card @ TSB
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Posted 21st Sep 2020Posted 21st Sep 2020
0% interest for up to 29 months on platinum balance transfers credit card @ TSB
as usual my advice is to think twice before opt for any sort of debt. Platinum Balance Transfer Card Details per uswitch/tsb: This card offers you our LONGEST 0% balance tran… Read more
Gary_Dexter

Paying your debts on time. Not defaulting. Using credit sensibly etc.

J4GG4

Out of curiosity.. How does one work on their history?

Gary_Dexter

But the score is irrelevant. Only the data in your files is the part that matters. Not the made up numbers.

djandy_2001

I use ClearScore

MarioMan

How do you know or where did you check your "excellent credit score" ? Genuinely asking, not trying to sound rude. Thank you

0% balance transfer and purchase credit card for 20 months - 2.95% fee @ TSB
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Posted 5th Aug 2020Posted 5th Aug 2020
0% balance transfer and purchase credit card for 20 months - 2.95% fee @ TSB
0% interest for up to 20 months on purchases 0% interest for up to 20 months on balances transferred within the first 90 days. 2.95% balance transfer fee applies Introducto… Read more
sj_mith

I believe purchase within 90 days and must pay and never miss any minimum payment. Have a quick search

dealsonly

How does this work as never used one of these? So purchases can be made any time during 20 months period and no minimum or maximum (Upto credit limit) purchase amounts to qualify for 0%?

fatoosh

When was this, just checked and the longest I can see is 18months...there’s ones for 20m with NatWest and others but was looking for 24months plus

Jessie72

Batclays had one until 2022

fatoosh

Anyone know what the current longest interest free on purchases card is? Im going to be spending quite a lot over the coming weeks but won't be able to pay back in full until the end of 2021/early 2022.

2 Years fixed rate Mortgage at 1.44% @ 60% LTV - TSB Bank- No Fee
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Posted 12th May 2020Posted 12th May 2020
2 Years fixed rate Mortgage at 1.44% @ 60% LTV - TSB Bank- No Fee
2 Years fixed rate at 1.44% - TSB Bank With a posibile cashback for existing customers. 2 year fixed rate Mortgage payments stay the same during the 2 year fixed-rate period so the… Read more
rmarshall1973

I know no one has a crystal ball but... I would have thought two years would be lower than this now when five years are around the same with a very small reservation fee.

Willy_Wonka

Because it is for anyone who has 60% LTV or less. Cannot imagine most new buyers having a 40% deposit.

fluffycupcake

explain?

fluffycupcake

These are first time mortgage rates too are they not? I meant waiting for house prices to fall before buying a property.

stanky

This person likes to comment a lot on remortgage deals, odd considering they don’t have a mortgage. They normally have constructive comments such as “house prices going to crash”. I wouldn’t waste your time on them!

TSB Platinum Balance Transfer Card - 30 months 0% with a 2.95% fee for balance transfers made in the first 90 days
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Posted 15th Apr 2020Posted 15th Apr 2020
TSB Platinum Balance Transfer Card - 30 months 0% with a 2.95% fee for balance transfers made in the first 90 days
Offer came up when I logged into internet banking. Available through their website. Looks good if you are looking to consolidate. This card offers you our LONGEST 0% balance tran… Read more
DeafCassette

I am looking for a balance transfer card with the longest possible term, but not with a 3% fee. If I don't see a decent deal by June I'll either go for the best one that doesn't cost me anything, or pay the £3500 off in full. I rue the day I got one of these cards. I don't like having debt and it was very VERY easy to build it up on the never never. OK, that's fine and I can pay it off in full if I need to / want to, but definitely not the way I think credit cards should be used.

tmc_one

I applied today but rejected. Then i applied for Lloyds platinium 24 months balance transfer with 1.5% fee. Bingo. Whoever planning to apply for this one, be careful please.

bobcoyle77

Still opportunistic from the banks, when rates are near 0%. But if it helps someone save money then all good

splat250

Of course, but spread over 30 months you're paying a little over 1% per annum

mrjh

3% is the standard fee across most balance transfer cards unless they are running a promotion. You could view it like that they have to make money somewhere.

TSB 2.09% Best 5 Year Fixed BTL Mortgage for landlords with 60% LTV Zero fee with Cashback
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Posted 14th Mar 2020Posted 14th Mar 2020
TSB 2.09% Best 5 Year Fixed BTL Mortgage for landlords with 60% LTV Zero fee with Cashback
2.09% fixed until 30 June 2025 available direct and via broker / intermediaries £250 cashback (for purchases only) paid directly to your conveyancer on completion if you've got a… Read more
and4964

Ah ok. Thanks! So you can offset a little. I’m debating whether to purchase another btl but uncertain as the tax puts me off!

bagga212

20 % reduction on intrest costs

and4964

Does that mean you get a 20% reduction on net profit? I’m new to this. I offset the 25 percent this tax return but not sure what the score is next year? Any advice would be gratefully received!

Sasretail

Can I ask a question for anyone who can give advice, I know this isn't possibly the best forum but it would be a great start for me. If I own a property worth 150k with 80k on a mortgage, and I own a property worth 60k outright. And I want to fund the purchase of a property for 40k; is a BTL mortgage generally the correct way forward if I have 10k to put towards. Also is it best to go through my original provider if the rates are similar?

JayTee8

If you let it out for a few years but then live in it again yourself for a while do you still have to pay capital gains tax when you sell?

Recommend a friend to switch to TSB. You both earn £100 each. (Max 5 referrals i.e. Max £500)
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Posted 8th Jan 2020Posted 8th Jan 2020
Recommend a friend to switch to TSB. You both earn £100 each. (Max 5 referrals i.e. Max £500)
Recommend a friend to TSB. Earn £100 each. If you have a TSB current account you can recommend us to a friend. If they switch their bank account to a Plus or Classic account, you … Read more
GwanGy

N26 are scarpering .. they reckon brexit will make paupers of us all, and we wont be able to pay back any loans. TSB not doing £100 for switching?

bluetang

What's not to like if you are getting a free £100? You only have to stay long enough for your switch to go through so you and your referrer get £100. If you don't like them then you can move on. Or you can stay and refer others. I've been with them a few years nd have to say I have not really had any issues apart from the main one last year when no one could log in. It seems sorted now.

ddonq1412

How long does it take for tsb to pay out on the account that switched

cabstar

Great idea I’ll do this (y)

rambo_or_mark

or try dogs trust charity and Oxfam £1 per month each. I always keep one handy for deals like this.

£50 bonus cashback for opening TSB classic current account at Quidco
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Posted 13th Nov 2019Posted 13th Nov 2019
£50 bonus cashback for opening TSB classic current account at Quidco
£50 cashback for opening TSB classic current account. Also for classic plus account. Quick easy and safe banking online. over the telephone or in a branch. Option to have a j… Read more
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Get deal*Get deal*
RunsFromRobots

After having to raise a claim because it didn't track, my cashback has been declined as well (annoyed)

JEFRAZ55

My Quidco cashback was declined too. I had the £50 for Classic plus a/c and £50 for Classic a/c respectively. I too credited each a/c with £500 with 3 monthly instalments. I also registered for paperless correspondence, and had the necessary debit card transactions. I contacted Quico through their live chat, and they too were at a loss as to the cashback claims being declined. They have initiated two claims on my behalf. They were helpful. Alas it can take up to six months before a decision either way can be adjudicated on. A lot of time and effort, but at least it didn't cost me financially :/

a1

My casback has just been declined, put in over £500 a month and two transactions per month too!!

deleted1612231

I think requirement of £500 is for classic plus account not for classic account. https://www.tsb.co.uk/current-accounts/?clickref=1011l7yxYBuP

sonic55

Would the £500 pay in work if I just transferred from another TSB account to get the cash back

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