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Renew Your Mortgage

Jan Harrison

Supply teacher
Southampton
Mortgage customer since 2004

RENEWING YOUR MORTGAGE DEAL

If your current Teachers Building Society mortgage deal is coming to an end, we may be able to help you arrange a new deal with us.

WHY KEEP YOUR MORTGAGE WITH US?

  • Quick and easy process 
  • No fees
  • No income assessment or additional checks required
  • No property valuation or solicitors required

​H​OW DOES IT WORK?

1

We'll send you a reminder

Prior to your deal ending, we will contact you with details of the new mortgages available to you.

2

Review your options

Look through your options and let us know which deal(s) you'd like more information on. Your letter will tell you how to contact us.

3

We'll send your illustration(s)

We'll send you your personalised mortgage illustration(s) together with the forms you'll need to sign and return to us confirming your new chosen deal. 

4

Return your acceptance forms

Sign and return your acceptance forms. When your new deal starts, we'll write to you to confirm the details of your new mortgage arrangement. 

​W​HAT NOW?

If your mortgage deal is coming to an end, we will write to you if you are eligible for a new deal. If you have any questions, you can contact us on 01202 843545 or 0800 ​783 2367. 

If you're a new customer looking to transfer your mortgage to Teachers Building Society, please visit our remortgage page

WHAT OUR ​MEMBERS SAY...

For Cathy, it’s important that she is provided with all the information she needs about her mortgage without having to request or search for it, “Working and raising a family means you are constantly struggling to find enough time, but whenever my deal expires and there is a new offer, Teachers writes to me and lets me know. All information is readily available and provided for me when I need it - it just makes everything easier.”
Cathy Parker

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YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE