Halifax has lots of special deals for first time buyers, home movers and customers wishing to remortgage, including low deposit Halifax mortgages and cashback offers.
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Halifax is one of the best-known names on the UK high street, but today’s mammoth banking institution bears little resemblance to the small building society that was formed back in 1853.
The original The Halifax Permanent Benefit Building and Investment Society came into being to help local people save money and buy homes. The society grew organically and by 1913 it was the largest in the UK. In 1928, the society merged with the Halifax Equitable Building Society and changed its name to the Halifax Building Society. In 1995, the Halifax merged with the Leeds Permanent Building Society and two years later, it demutualised and floated on the Stock Exchange, becoming Halifax PLC. Today the Halifax is a brand rather than a legal entity, and is a division of HBOS and part of the Lloyds Banking Group.
Halifax customers have access to a wide range of financial services, both in branch and online or via the bank’s telephone call centre. Halifax provides bank accounts, savings vehicles, credit cards, loans, mortgages, insurance, foreign currency, investments and share dealing.
There are plenty of Halifax mortgages to choose from. Halifax offers mortgages for first time buyers, homeowners looking to move to a new property or remortgage on a better deal, and buy to let landlords. There are also mortgages for customers who want to secure additional funding. New and existing clients are welcome.
Buy to let Halifax mortgages are not available to first time buyers.
Customers can find out more about Halifax mortgages by speaking to a Halifax mortgage advisor over the telephone or making an appointment at one of the many nationwide Halifax branches. There is also an online mortgage calculator to help customers work out what they can borrow.
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