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We love technology. But we’ll always pride ourselves on human-made mortgage decisions when the time’s right. Whether it’s buy-to-let, shared ownership or Holiday Let, our team can bring a breath of fresh air to our intermediaries’ most complex cases.

We’re extending our lending criteria to Foreign Nationals

The Cambridge now considers Mortgage Applications from Foreign Nationals on either a Skilled Worker Visa (Tier 2), Global Talent Visa (Tier 1) or Health and Care Worker Visa, up to 80% loan to value (LTV).

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We’ve won Best First Time Buyer Mortgage Provider at the Moneynet Awards 2024

The Awards recognise the best providers and products from the last twelve months from banks and building societies' that have adapted to changing market conditions, by delivering excellent choice, value, and innovative solutions for their customers.

Trying to place a First Time Buyer case? Get in touch with the team today.

We’ve won Best First Time Buyer Mortgage Provider at the Moneynet Awards 2024

The Awards recognise the best providers and products from the last twelve months from banks and building societies' that have adapted to changing market conditions, by delivering excellent choice, value, and innovative solutions for their customers.

Trying to place a First Time Buyer case? Get in touch with the team today.

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We’re extending our lending criteria to Foreign Nationals

The Cambridge now considers Mortgage Applications from Foreign Nationals on either a Skilled Worker Visa (Tier 2), Global Talent Visa (Tier 1) or Health and Care Worker Visa, up to 80% loan to value (LTV).  

Supporting your customers with their mortgage

If your customers are worried about their mortgage rates rising and how this may affect them, arranging a new deal, extending their term, or temporarily switching to Interest Only, are just some of the options that could help them manage their residential mortgage repayments.

In a fluctuating market, should your clients fix?

Recent times have dictated a significant shift in thinking by lenders, brokers and borrowers alike about the value of standard variable rate (SVR) products.

Building Societies have an enormous opportunity this year

Building societies are as well placed as any other kind of lender in the UK market to play a centre stage role in helping borrowers navigate these tricky financial waters.