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Compare a range of financial products and services available from Market Harborough Building Society. Read our section reviews, find a product that's right for you and apply online.

Market Harborough Building Society has a history that dates back over 140 years after it was established in the south Leicestershire town of Market Harborough in 1870.

Market Harborough Building Society has assets amounting to more than £400m, servicing around 50,000 savings customers and 9,000 mortgage customers, growing steadily and prudently.

Market Harborough Building Society combines 'traditional' products such as savings, mortgages and insurance products with a distinctive, friendly and efficient service style; whether you're dealings are face to face, by mail, or through the website. In addition the Market Harborough BS provide 'whole of market' financial advice, insurance products and equity release mortgages through its carefully selected partners.
Whether you're looking for an online savings account or in branch, to save for a rainy day or require a monthly income, Market Harborough Building Society have a range of savings accounts to match your requirements.

Market Harborough Building Society savings accounts come with a range of options, so you can find the perfect account for you. Choose from instant access accounts, fixed terms and even special accounts designed for children and start saving today.
If you are looking for a savings account that rewards you with a fixed rate of interest for locking your funds away for a fixed term, Market Harborough Building Society's Fixed Rate Bond range is well worth considering.

This type of account is ideal for customers who are happy to keep their money in an account for an agreed period of time without requiring access, and who are willing to fix the rate of interest that is paid until the term ends.

With a Market Harborough Building Society fixed rate bond you can invest anything from the minimum balance of £1,000 up to a maximum balance of £85,000 (£170,000 for a joint account) excluding interest. Only an opening investment can be made within the fixed term so after this initial deposit no further investments are permitted.