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Lending to first-time buyers soared by 115% in 2012 at Teachers Building Society, which has unveiled plans to increase its support of the hard-pressed sector again this year.
With the average price of a house in Dorset soaring 11% above the national figure and reaching 10 times the average UK salary*, Wimborne based Teachers Building Society has moved to help local people onto the housing ladder by offering 90% mortgages.
An animal rescue pioneer, a mental health nurse, a dance instructor, an entrepreneur and a six-foot drag queen were the eclectic first entrants into the Dorset Hall of Fame, which got off to an emotional launch on 18th October.
Nominations are now being taken at heart.co.uk for the prestigious Dorset Hall of Fame awards ceremony which will be held at the Pavilion Ballroom in Bournemouth on Thursday 18th October
Teachers in Luton hoping to buy their first home could find the solution they seek in a new scheme supported by Luton Borough Council and Teachers Building Society.
Teachers Building Society wins ‘Best Local Building Society’ at the What Mortgage Awards 2012.
Teachers in Warrington struggling to buy their first home could find the solution in a new scheme supported by Warrington Borough Council and Teachers Building Society.
Dorset’s radio station Heart 102.3 has teamed up with Teachers Building Society to honour and celebrate local people across the county in the first ever Dorset Hall of Fame.
Teachers Building Society has been nominated for ‘Best Local Building Society’ in the What Mortgage Awards for the second year running.
James Bawa, Chief Executive of Teachers Building Society, has been elected to the Council of the Building Societies Association (BSA).
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