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The latest news and information from Teachers Building Society.
George Osborne’s announcement this week that the existing tripartite regime is to be abolished.
Teachers Building Society achieved commended status in the Best No Notice Account Provider category at the 2010 Moneyfacts Awards.
Listen to the radio ads played on Gold Dorset, which were created to demonstrate the personal service offered at Teachers.
Alan Gravett has been appointed as Head of Sales & Marketing at Teachers Building Society.
Teachers Building Society hopes that a robust agreement between the political parties is reached following a historic night in British politics.
Teachers Building Society has launched a new first-time buyer mortgage with no arrangement fee payable and a refundable valuation fee.
Kevin Richardson has been confirmed as Chairman of Wimborne-based Teachers Building Society following the mutual’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 19 April 2010.
Yesterday’s budget included a measure aimed at helping first time buyers return to the market, with the removal of stamp duty for all properties with a purchase price of £250,000 or less.
Teachers Building Society has been appointed to manage the Home Loans for Teachers scheme set up by the Old Etonian Housing Association (OEHA).
Martin Reed, President of the National Union of Teachers (NUT), addressed the Annual General Meeting of the Bournemouth & Poole NUT associations with a powerful call for the right of all children to receive a good, free education.
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