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Infinity parcels up products for Christmas

Infinity Mortgages is strengthening its product range in the run-up to Christmas.

Infinity is offering discounts of 2.25% for a full year from completion on all mortgages. This is not a fixed end date, but a full 12 month discount from completion.

It also includes free valuation fees, 250 cashback on completion, with improved Right to Buy facilities.

Remortgaging costs just 299, purchases just 499, and is available to brokers and borrowers in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Chris MacMahon, sales director at Infinity Mortgages, says: “Infinity is delighted to be launching such a strong range of enhancements to our product range.

“Now that M-Day is behind us, mortgage advisers are eager to refocus once again on the job of selling competitive mortgage products and our range gives them something to get excited about.

“These enhancements represent excellent value for money and I’m sure they’ll be a real winner with brokers and borrowers alike.”

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