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Ipswich increases maximum mortgage loan size to £750k
Ipswich Building Society has increased the upper lending cap on standard 75% Loan To Value (LTV) residential mortgage products and its 80% LTV self build product from £500,000 to £750,000 to reflect changes in the UK housing market.
Press releaseIpswich Building Society unveils sculpture for Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk
Ipswich Building Society has revealed its sculpture for Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk, which is coming to Ipswich this summer, after returning as Community Engagement Partner for the popular St Elizabeth Hospice event, which last saw 39 pig sculptures take to the streets for Pigs Gone Wild in 2016.
Press releaseIpswich Building Society makes the most of being Elmer Community Partner
Ipswich Building Society snapped up the opportunity to be Community Engagement Partner when the Elmer campaign was launched back in 2017, following the great success of their involvement in Pigs Gone Wild.
Press releaseOne in ten anticipate being over 70 when they become mortgage free
The current surge in mortgage products for older borrowers is well timed with one in ten current mortgage holders anticipating not being mortgage free until they are over the age of 70*
Press releaseIpswich Building Society refreshes shared ownership mortgage range
Ipswich Building Society has refreshed and added to its shared ownership mortgage range in an effort to further assist prospective first time buyers who want to own their own home but, due to the rising cost of housing, may be considering alternative methods of getting on the housing ladder.