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  • How to Borrow Against Your Home | Secured Borrowing Guide | Nationwide
    View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Buying owning property In this section First time buyers Home buyers guide Home selling guide Green home guide Becoming a landlord Switching your mortgage Home insurance Borrowing against your home Building your own home Remortgaging Home improvement The Nationwide House Price Index Buying property overseas Forces Help to Buy Tenants guide More Borrowing against your home Secured borrowing and the risks involved Main content of page below Think carefully before securing other debts against your home Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage The information in this guide was last updated on 26 02 2014 Secured borrowing against your home If you own your home you might be able to use it as security if you need to borrow money This quick guide looks at your options Using your home to raise money If you re a homeowner and you need to borrow money for a big expense it s sometimes possible to raise money from lenders using your house as security You should always exercise caution when considering this after all your home could be repossessed if you don t keep up payments but in some circumstances this kind of borrowing can make sense There are three main ways to do this 1 Remortgage with a different provider and borrow more than your existing mortgage See our guide to remortgaging 2 Extend the borrowing on your current mortgage for example you increase your mortgage from 50 of the home s value to 80 3 T ake out additional borrowing by way of a second charge mortgage you can borrow from a range of providers and use your home as security This type of borrowing is separate from your existing mortgage With option 1 or 3 remortgaging or a secured personal loan you don t need to stick with your current provider so it can pay off to shop around for the best deals Comparison websites are a good place to start you can see the rates from a whole range of lenders to

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  • Guide to The House Price Index | What Is The HPI? | Nationwide
    Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Buying owning property In this section First time buyers Home buyers guide Home selling guide Green home guide Becoming a landlord Switching your mortgage Home insurance Borrowing against your home Building your own home Remortgaging Home improvement The Nationwide House Price Index Buying property overseas Forces Help to Buy Tenants guide More The Nationwide House Price Index Giving you a detailed snapshot of the UK housing market Main content of page below The Nationwide House Price Index The information in this guide was last updated on 24 07 2014 Our regular survey of house prices across the UK gives a detailed snapshot of the housing market and can help you estimate the value of your home Nationwide house prices are mix adjusted i e we track a representative house price over time rather than the simple average price We do not use the simple average price because it is too easily influenced by a change in the mix i e proportion of different property types locations etc of houses House price information is derived from Nationwide s lending for owner occupier house purchases at the post survey approval stage Where to find the latest data You can access our house price data and reports on the Nationwide House Price Index website Other guides you may like Home selling guide Switching your mortgage Estate Planning Different factors are taken into account To make sure we get an accurate representation of house prices across the UK we account for Different seasons House prices are slightly seasonal

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  • Forces Help to Buy | Nationwide
    to contact us Find your nearest branch About We re the world s largest building society Run for the benefit of our members Being a building society means that we re free to reinvest our profits to improve the products and services we offer About Nationwide About View all about Why choose Nationwide Why choose Nationwide Why choose Nationwide homepage All about membership Citizenship Awards and achievements View all Why choose Nationwide Have your say Have your say Have your say homepage Member TalkBacks Annual General Meeting Social media View all Have your say Corporate information Corporate information Corporate information homepage Governance Our history Results and accounts View all Corporate information Your Nationwide Your Nationwide Your Nationwide homepage Your rewards Your voice Your society View all Your Nationwide Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal homepage Media Centre Policy and Public Affairs Information for Lawyers View all Media Policy and Legal House Price Index House Price Index House Price Index homepage House Price calculator Reports archive Download data View all House Price Index Investor relations Investor relations Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave

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  • Tenants' guide | Nationwide
    world s largest building society Run for the benefit of our members Being a building society means that we re free to reinvest our profits to improve the products and services we offer About Nationwide About View all about Why choose Nationwide Why choose Nationwide Why choose Nationwide homepage All about membership Citizenship Awards and achievements View all Why choose Nationwide Have your say Have your say Have your say homepage Member TalkBacks Annual General Meeting Social media View all Have your say Corporate information Corporate information Corporate information homepage Governance Our history Results and accounts View all Corporate information Your Nationwide Your Nationwide Your Nationwide homepage Your rewards Your voice Your society View all Your Nationwide Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal homepage Media Centre Policy and Public Affairs Information for Lawyers View all Media Policy and Legal House Price Index House Price Index House Price Index homepage House Price calculator Reports archive Download data View all House Price Index Investor relations Investor relations Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal

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  • First Time Buyer - Getting Started | Nationwide
    reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Buying owning property In this section First time buyers Home buyers guide Home selling guide Green home guide Becoming a landlord Switching your mortgage Home insurance Borrowing against your home Building your own home Remortgaging Home improvement The Nationwide House Price Index Buying property overseas Forces Help to Buy Tenants guide More First time buyers Mortgage guide for First Time Buyers Main content of page below Getting started Understanding mortgages How much can I borrow Getting a Decision in Principle Finding a property and making an offer Applying for a mortgage Completion and moving in Getting started What s in this section Getting started What you ll need to know when buying your first home Should you buy The pros and cons of buying your first home Getting help to buy Getting help by using Help to Buy or other ownership schemes Buying with someone else Explore options for buying a home with someone else Getting started Getting on the property ladder can be a big step for anyone to take With this handy guide you ll find helpful tips for planning ahead so you can get familiar with the process and find a mortgage that could be right for you Share this guide Back to top Getting started Should you buy Getting help to buy Buying with someone else Should you buy Choosing to buy a home is probably one of the biggest steps you ll ever take That s why it s important to understand some of the pros and cons before you get started Advantages A place to call home You ll have somewhere to really call your own without having to rely on a landlord Investment potential When your mortgage is paid off you ll have the satisfaction of owning your own property which may also turn out to be an investment that could increase in value Improve credit rating Making regular payments and owning a property is a great way of showing lenders you re in control of your finances Things to consider Raising a deposit In order to get a mortgage you ll need a deposit This is a sum of usually at least 5 of the property s total value Sometimes saving this much money to put down on a property can be tough Exposure to the housing market Sometimes property prices fall If that happens there s a risk of negative equity where your home becomes worth less than the mortgage you have on it Monthly mortgage payments You run the risk of losing your home if

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  • Guide to Saving & Paying For Your Children's Education | Nationwide
    career break Retirement Estate planning Buying a car More Paying for your children s education Consider the costs associated with education Main content of page below Paying for your children s education The information in this guide was last updated on 06 04 2015 There are significant costs associated with educating your children whether it s buying equipment or clothes or covering the cost of changes to your own working pattern or sending your children to a private school Here are some of the things you need to consider Saving for your child s education Putting money aside in a savings account can help you prepare for the costs of your child s education You may wish to consider short medium and long term savings accounts and or tax free ISAs Other guides you may like Saving and budgeting for university Tax free savings Make the most of your savings Saving options you may wish to consider Savings account select to show or hide related content Easy access savings accounts where you can withdraw money when you need it to cover things like the cost of school trips and books Fixed term accounts to save for a further off goal like university Fixed term accounts usually pay higher interest than instant access accounts because they lock in your money for a longer set period This can be great for medium term saving but make sure you have other funds you can access easily if you need to Cash ISAs select to show or hide related content Each year you can save up to your ISA allowance into a cash ISA The limit for the tax year 2015 2016 is 15 240 For more information on ISAs see our guide to Tax free savings Don t forget even if you re saving for your child any money you pay into an ISA in your name will count towards your annual ISA allowance Junior ISAs select to show or hide related content You can save money for your child until they re 18 in a Junior ISA Once you ve added to an ISA in their name the money will belong to your child Like other ISAs it is a tax free account and you can save up to the annual allowance each year The limit for the tax year 2015 16 is 4 080 Once your child reaches 18 the account matures and they can access the funds From 6 April 2015 you can also transfer a Child Trust Fund account to a Smart Junior cash ISA Investments select to show or hide related content You can invest up to your ISA allowance each year in a Stocks Shares ISA without paying tax on your capital gains However investments involve risk and you could lose some or all of your money Don t forget even if you re saving for your child any money you pay into a Stocks Shares ISA in your name will count towards your annual Stocks Shares

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  • Getting married | Guides | Nationwide
    rewards Your voice Your society View all Your Nationwide Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal homepage Media Centre Policy and Public Affairs Information for Lawyers View all Media Policy and Legal House Price Index House Price Index House Price Index homepage House Price calculator Reports archive Download data View all House Price Index Investor relations Investor relations Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Planning for life events In this section Starting work Getting married Starting a family Moving home Paying for your children s education Saving and budgeting for university Taking a career break Retirement Estate planning Buying a car More Getting Married Combining everything including your finances Main content of page below Getting married Paying for your wedding Benefits tax and pensions Getting married Getting married The information in this guide was last updated on 21 12 2015 Getting married or

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  • before-the-birth
    account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Planning for life events In this section Starting work Getting married Starting a family Moving home Paying for your children s education Saving and budgeting for university Taking a career break Retirement Estate planning Buying a car More Starting a family Getting finances in order to give your child a stable future Main content of page below Before the birth Parental leave Childcare Saving for children Before the birth Before the birth The information in this guide was last updated on 26 02 2014 If you re planning to start a family getting your finances in order is a vital step in giving your child a stable future Here s a look at the necessities budgets maternity leave childcare and child savings to help you get on a firm financial footing Sort out your budget If you plan your budget clearly in advance you ll know what to expect Remember that you might have significantly less income if one of you stops working and you have all the extra costs of a baby to think about When you plan budget for the big purchases account for the day to day extras like baby food and nappies work out your monthly income remember to factor in Child Benefit and maternity pay Now is also a good time to think about financial essentials Life insurance If you don t have this now is a good time to start thinking about it you re

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