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Accord doubles cashback offer

by: Heather Greig-Smith
  • 20/04/2017
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Accord doubles cashback offer
Accord Mortgages has doubled the amount of cashback on offer across its mortgage range.

From today, all borrowers who opt for one of Accord’s 36 house purchase or remortgage home loans which include a cashback feature will receive £500 cashback.

The offer, which is designed to help borrowers with the costs of buying or remortgaging a home, is available for a limited time.

In addition, borrowers who choose any of the mortgages that come with free legal assistance will also receive £250 cashback on completion.

David Robinson, Accord’s national intermediary sales manager, said cashback features on mortgages were very popular with borrowers.

“Many people appreciate having a little extra money to use in whatever way will benefit them most – for example, putting it towards their moving costs, using it to buy furniture or even saving it for a rainy day,” he said.

Earlier this month, Accord announced that it will be entering the consumer buy-to-let market.

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