A home to be proud of
With a Halifax mortgage you could have more money to spend on furnishing your new home
Tuesday 29 May 2012
We all know that homebuying is one of the most stressful things you’ll ever do. However, it just got a lot easier.
The Halifax has launched a new Home Finder app, ideal for anyone looking to buy in the South East area. It makes finding and buying property easier. Available for iPhone and Android smartphones, it lets you search for properties on the move and gives an indication of how much you could borrow and what your monthly repayments might be.
All interest rates, borrowing and repayment amounts are for illustration only. Actual amounts depend on personal circumstances.
With a vast choice of homes and helpful hints and tips, the Home Finder app - which is available to everyone, not just Halifax customers - helps take the stress out of buying a home.
Along with a 15-minute mortgage promise telling you how much you could borrow in as little as quarter of an hour, the Halifax is there to help you find and buy a home to be proud of.
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