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The Melton Building Society has been providing mortgages for over 140 years and we are committed to supporting brokers to help people buy their own homes.

Why choose the Melton?

  • No credit scoring
  • Flexible underwriting and cases looked at individually
  • Available across England and Wales
  • Direct contact with the assessor dealing with your application
  • Dedicated Broker Support Team
  • Specialist in self build mortgages
  • Long successful track record of handling complex cases

What does the Melton provide?

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Short Term Lending

  • Term 1 – 5 years
  • Loans £100k to £750k
  • No ERCs
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Shared Ownership mortgages

  • 5% deposit
  • Minimum age 18
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Residential mortgages

  • Low deposit (5%)
  • New build houses with up to 90% LTV
  • Flats up to 95% LTV (new build max 60% LTV)
  • Let to Buy up to 95% LTV on new residential purchase
  • Interest only up to 60% LTV
  • Remortgage up to 95% LTV
  • Right to Buy 100% of purchase price
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Buy to Let mortgages

  • Let to family
  • Non owner occupiers, first time buyers and first time landlords
  • Minimum income can be shared between joint borrowers
  • Holiday Let
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Self Build mortgages

  • Stage payments in advance including to purchase land
  • Interest only payments for build period
  • Option to transfer to another product and waive ERCs (subject to eligibility) on receipt of completion certificate and final inspection
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Credit Repair mortgages


Please refer to our Product Guide for full product details.

Product Guide

Our current range of mortgage products available for download in PDF format.

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Lending Criteria

Guidelines designed to give general guidance to mortgage brokers on the Melton’s lending criteria.

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Literature & Useful Info

View our range of helpful guides and literature.

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FAQ’s

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