The lender will introduce these products on Wednesday, 6 October, which include a two-year and five-year fixed rate affordable housing product, at between 85 and 90 per cent LTV.
Halifax has also increased the first-time buyer and home mover maximum loan size to £750,000, up from £500,000, on certain 85 to 90 per cent LTV products.
The lender has also reduced rates in the first-time buyer and home mover products at 90 to 95 per cent LTV by up to 0.35 per cent.
On the remortgage side, Halifax has introduced two and five-year fixed rate products, with no fee, £999 and £1,499 options.
The lender has also introduced an affordable housing, shared equity and shared ownership two-year product with a £999 fee.
Esther Dijkstra (pictured), managing director for Lloyds Banking Group for intermediaries, said: “These changes will enable us to continue helping more mortgage customers in line with our responsible approach to lending and our ongoing commitment to the market, backed by the service and support upon which intermediaries continue to rely.”
Scottish Widows Bank will also make similar LTV changes.