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Remortgage to pay for Xmas

With each consumer expected to spend an average of 615 this Christmas, Bradford & Bingley is urging home owners to offset the cost by remortgaging.

B&B says home owners languishing on SVRs could save around 150 per month – 1,800 per year – by moving onto a better deal rather than compensating for a festive flurry.

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