TSB Bank is a newcomer to the UK banking scene, but there is a long history behind the name. In the 19th and early 20th centuries there were dozens of Trustee Savings Banks. By 1985 they had been amalgamated into a single entity, TSB Group Plc, which floated on the stock exchange the following year. In 1995 the group merged with Lloyds Bank to form Lloyds TSB. Following the government bailout of Lloyds Banking Group, in 2013 the TSB brand re-emerged as a standalone bank with 632 branches nationwide. The bank was once again floated on the London Stock Exchange in summer 2014.
TSB mortgages range from specialist first-time buyer mortgages to buy-to-let mortgages for landlords. Nearly half of TSB mortgages are 'no fee' deals, which charge neither a booking fee nor an application fee, making them a favourite with customers wishing to remortgage.
You can compare TSB mortgages below, and call direct or follow the links to apply.
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