Self-build Mortgages

Funding and support for those who want to build their own home...

Building your own home is a dream for many, but it can be a reality...
Building a home and funding a self-build project is, of course, more complex than a standard mortgage application.
Vernon supports those who want to embark on a self-build project, with funding in staged payments as the build progresses. 
After the project is complete you can then switch to one of our standard mortgages on completion of the build, without incurring Early Repayment Charges.
At Vernon we’ve made our process as straightforward as possible, and our mortgage advisers across our six branches are on hand, to answer your questions from the start of the process to the completion of your new home.
Speak to us for more information about our self-build mortgage options!
We pride ourselves on caring about our customers and rising to the occasion when meeting their needs. When Mark wanted to build his own home and applied for our innovative self build mortgage product, we were with him every step of the way. Read the full story here.
"You have two very happy and what will be loyal customers. Thank you so much for helping us build our dream home" - Mark Dawson, Technical Director at a major UK house builder.

Self-build Mortgages

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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments

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Vernon Building Society
19 St Petersgate

Tel: 0161 429 6262

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