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Halifax to refund cost of valuation for FTBs and homemovers

Halifax Intermediaries is offering to refund the cost of valuation for first-time buyers and homeowners borrowing more than £200,000.

The fee will be paid directly to the customer upon completion. For people purchasing in Scotland, a refund of £250 will be made.

The offer applies to a select range of two-year fixed rates between 60 per cent and 90 per cent LTV and with rates ranging from 2.09 per cent to 4.29 per cent.

Halifax Intermediaries head of sales Ian Wilson says: “We appreciate how expensive it can be for your clients to move home – whether they are a first time buyer or a home mover. That’s why we’re offering valuation fee refunds for all home buyers with a mortgage of £200,000 and above on selected products.”

Full range of products available with the offer:

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  • Stuart Gregory 26th September 2014 at 10:52 am

    Interesting that the offer of a refunded valuation excludes probably the area of the market that would most benefit from a refunded valuation – i.e mortgages below £200k…