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Natwest Home Insurance launches £100,000 competition

With the average mortgage now £100,000, NatWest Home Insurance has launched a competition which will enable the winner to pay up to £100,000 off their mortgage.

All people have to do to enter is to ask for a home insurance quote or give NatWest their insurance renewal date before the end of September. If the winner prefers, they can opt to take a cash prize of £25,000. The second name drawn will win a Ford Focus 1.8 Ghia.

Bob Trinder, product and marketing manager at NatWest Insurance Services, says: “Not only does NatWest offer great value home insurance, at very competitive prices, but for the next few weeks someone who enters our competition will find themselves paying off all or a large part of their mortgage.”

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