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23 May 2024

Nationwide Announces New Benefits As It Reports Record Member Value

  • Launch of Member Exclusive Bond for all existing members, with competitive rate of 5.5 per cent
  • New Fairer Share Payment sees £385m shared among eligible current account members with a savings account or a mortgage
  • £200 member exclusive online current account switching incentive

17 May 2024

Nationwide doubles maximum personal loan to £50k as rising building costs impact home improvement plans

  • Doubling of loan size reflects impact of inflation and external pressures on rising costs impacting consumers 
  • Construction industry figures point to a further 15 per cent rise in costs over next 5 years, from materials to labour 
  • Nationwide research reveals 44% of people plan to make home improvements over the Bank Holiday weekend 
  • More than one in three customers taking out a Nationwide personal loan over £20,000 do so for home improvements  

17 May 2024

Half of young people left frustrated after finding their local branch has closed

  • All age groups concerned by rate of branch closures, new Nationwide research reveals
  • Half (50%) of 16-24s frustrated to find branches closed when they needed them
  • Further proof branches are needed - seven in ten consumers value branches (70%)
  • Nationwide recently extended its Branch Promise until at least the start of 2028

 

25 Apr 2024

The Mortgage Works Widens Choice For Limited Company Landlords

From today The Mortgage Works (TMW) will be changing its mortgage criteria for incorporated landlords.  

It will accept Limited Company purchase applications to use as a buy to let where the company is purchasing a property that is currently owned and lived in by one of its directors. 

23 Apr 2024

Household bills fall and discretionary spend rises as spring gives Brits fresh hope

  • Nationwide’s Spending Report shows essential costs fell 4% in March despite overall spending remaining flat
  • But increase offset by 4% rise in non-essential spending, from gardening and eating out to holidays
  • Warmer weather, combined with stabilising costs, likely contributed to respective rise and fall in spend
  • Despite some optimism, costs still higher across essential areas such as supermarkets, rent and mortgages

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