Exploring your mortgage options Q and A

Exploring your mortgage options Q and A

What happens at this event?

Join our experts to find out about the support options introduced to help our mortgage customers. As part of the newly introduced Mortgage Charter, there are several support options available to ease the financial pressure our customers are facing because of the base rate rises.

At this event we will cover everything you need to know about how we can help. What will be covered in the session?

Here's a snapshot of what our experts will run through:

Background. An overview of the Mortgage Charter and what this means for our customers.

Options available. Switching your mortgage to a new deal, extending your mortgage term, switching to interest only payments for 6 months and information on further support available.

How to make the change. Everything you need to know about accessing and applying for the support.

Who can attend the session? Anyone is welcome to attend, whether you are a customer with us or not, however this session is to outline support for our existing Halifax mortgage customers.

Is this session free?

It is completely free. You just need to register to get your ticket as numbers are limited.

Do you run other educational events?

We do. It is always worth checking our Events page to see if there's any other events you'd like to attend. Here are just some of the reviews we have had from previous attendees:

"Excellent team and helpful information. Many thanks."

"This was very good. Very informative. It nice to know that banks are helping everyone during these times."

"Very informative event, thank you very much."

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