Translation of building society in Spanish:

building society

sociedad de crédito hipotecario, n.


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    (in UK)
    sociedad de crédito hipotecario feminine
    sociedad de ahorro y préstamo para la vivienda feminine
    • As a result, banks and building societies have been chopping their savings rates although you may not necessarily know it.
    • Most banks and building societies typically respond to a base rate cut with the announcement that they will cut savings rates.
    • High-rise flats or tower blocks are considered by many banks and building societies unsuitable for mortgage lending.
    • In other words, banks and building societies have been using base-rate changes to widen their margins and boost their profits.
    • We will use the unclaimed assets of banks and building societies to rebuild the pension funds of people who have lost out through no fault of their own.
    • Investment International asked offshore banks and building societies for their tips on getting the best value from your deposits.
    • It has more than 30 clients, ranging from banks and building societies to insurance companies and finance houses.
    • On the other hand, my sister saved hard for years and was rewarded with windfall shares when her building society became a bank.
    • As ever, we have selected a few types of deposit account and ranked the banks / building societies accordingly.
    • Surely the interest paid over the life of the mortgage is enough for banks and building societies to absorb the costs themselves
    • As the accompanying table shows, a number of banks and building societies are now offering special rates for investors.
    • Of course, there is also the additional risk that the building society or bank could run into financial trouble.
    • Most banks and building societies will lend to customers who do not have a deposit, usually first-time buyers.
    • Generations grew up saving with their local building societies, which they later approached for home loans.
    • Millions of people buy life insurance from the most expensive source: high-street banks and building societies.
    • None of the banks or building societies would lend them any money.
    • In a hugely competitive market, building societies and banks are continually updating and extending their range of mortgages.
    • It may deter housebuilders from providing homes for which there is a local demand and building societies from providing mortgage finance.
    • Child Trust Fund accounts are available from banks, building societies and other financial organisations.
    • Later, other lenders jumped on board the lucrative credit bandwagon, including building societies and smaller banks.