From buying a home, to building one, we're dedicated to making it easier for you to achieve your dreams. We take an ethical approach to lending, basing our decisions on your needs and a complete understanding of your circumstances.
Detailed mortgage advice
Unique, niche products
Our savings make savings go a little further
When you save with us, you know exactly how we're going to take care of your money...
The savings you make are used to finance mortgages for other members – it's that simple.
Our transparent policy enables us to offer many different savings products, with a range of terms and interest rates.
Regular savings, ISAs, long-term and commercial deposits, all our savings products are designed to offer fair returns and clear, unequivocal terms.
Ipswich Building Society is a mutual organisation, 'owned' by our members. As a member of Ipswich Building Society, you are vitally important to us. We want to hear your views and ideas on how the Society is run, our products, and whether you feel we are really able to offer what you need.
If you have a mortgage or savings account with us, you automatically become a member.
Member exclusive products
Check into the Members' Lounge for details on exclusive events and activities in your area.
In a fast-moving life, isn't it encouraging to know that some things are here for good?
We're an independent, mutual organisation and we're here for our members, not shareholders.
We're based in East Anglia and provide mortgages and savings, not gimmicks.
And we're here to help the local community, because it's the one we live in too.
Find out more about how we've been doing that for 170 years.
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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.