Tesco Bank adds cashback option to remortgage range

Tesco Bank has introduced a range of remortgage products offering cashback to customers.

The offer is available on a range of two and five-year fixed rate remortgage deals, with between £250 and £1,000 cashback to be had.

Remortgage customers with the lender can choose between a free standard conveyancing service or the cashback, depending on the product selected.

All Tesco Bank mortgages offer a free valuation service.

Tesco Bank director of mortgages, savings and loans Julian Hartley says: “We are delighted to be offering cashback on a range of remortgage products, offering customers greater choice when they are looking to remortgage.

“Currently all remortgage customers receive a free standard conveyancing service and by providing this extra little help, customers can either opt for this free service, or take a product with a cashback contribution, giving them the flexibility to choose their own legal services.”

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