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Bank of Scotland Offers Two Months Mortgage Interest Back

21st August 2014

Bank of Scotland is refunding two months interest1 - up to a maximum of £1,000 - for Homemovers and First Time Buyers when they take out a qualifying mortgage.

Available from 19th August until 6th October, the offer is available to customers choosing and completing on a qualifying mortgage product2. The funds will be paid to the account that the customer pays the mortgage direct debit from within 60 days of the mortgage starting.

Nicola Noble, Mortgage and Bancassurance Director at Bank of Scotland, said,"In the first few months after moving most people are busy decorating or buying new furniture. These costs add to the expense of moving, so we hope Bank of Scotland's two months interest refund offer will relieve some of the financial strain and help customers put their stamp on their new home."

1 Customers will receive a payment equivalent to 2 months interest (62 days of interest) based on the total loan amount and highest rate, to a maximum of £1,000

2 The offer is only available for Homemovers and First Time Buyers 0-95% LTV choosing a product from the First Time Buyer or Homemover range, Help To Buy (Mortgage Guarantee), New Build 80-95% LTV or Large Loans (£1m+). Offer excludes: Shared Equity (including Help to Buy - Equity Loan Scheme), Shared Ownership, Buy to Let mortgages and applications through Halifax Intermediaries.

Exclusions apply. For full terms & conditions visit

Bank of Scotland offers Halifax mortgages.

Offer can be withdrawn at any time.


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