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Halifax to offer £500 cashback to mortgage customers

Halifax Intermediaries is offering first-time buyers, homemovers and remortgage customers £500 cashback on qualifying mortgages from Monday 3 July.

The cashback will be paid automatically on completion and sent to the conveyancer with the completion funds.

Free basic legal fees and standard valuation costs are also available for remortgage customers.

Halifax Intermediaries head Ian Wilson says: “The costs involved in buying, moving home or remortgaging can be significant, during what can be a stressful time. With our latest cashback offer we’re looking to help borrowers with some of these costs.”



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