Savings Interest Rate Change
The interest rates on the following accounts will increase with effect from 21st November 2022.
House sales across Northern Ireland have fallen by almost one fifth (18%) from July-September compared to the quarter previously, all but confirming slowing momentum within the housing market, according to the latest research from Ulster University.Read the full article
Reaffirming its commitment to supporting disability sports across Northern Ireland, Progressive Building Society has announced a one-year partnership renewal with Disability Sport NI.Read the full article
On 22nd September 2022, the Bank of England announced an increase of 0.50% in the Base Rate.Read the full article
The interest rates on the following accounts will increase with effect from 1st November 2022.Read the full article
Lynne Lyness began working at Progressive as a cashier in Portadown and has since risen through the ranks to become BDM of the Southern Region, covering Craigavon and the wider area.Read the full article
After 35 years at Progressive Building Society, newly appointed Business Development Manager (BDM) Noel Murray knows a thing or two about Northern Ireland’s housing market.Read the full article
Gary Stanton is one of three newly appointed Business Development Managers (BDMs) at Progressive Building Society, Northern Ireland’s local mortgage and savings provider.Read the full article
We have increased the interest rates on the following savings accounts effective from Saturday 1st October 2022.Read the full article
Action Mental Health is delighted to once again partner with Progressive Building Society for their fifth Savings Week, this year focusing on the little savings which can be made every day and the positive impact it can have on financial wellbeing.Read the full article
We’re delighted to have renewed our JAM partnership beyond 2022. In doing so, we are ensuring that all our members, regardless of ability, feel welcome and supported both in branch and over the phoneRead the full article
We have increased the interest rates on the following savings accounts effective from Monday 15th August 2022.Read the full article
The cost of living crisis, interest and mortgage rate increases, and the ever-increasing economic and political uncertainty across Northern Ireland are appearing to slow activity in the housing market, according to the latest research from Ulster University.Read the full article
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