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Did you know your clients could earn up to £1,000 cashback on certain energy efficient home improvements?
Making energy efficient improvements not only contributes to a more positive impact on the environment but can also help cut the cost of fuel bills and help make the home feel warmer and more comfortable.
After listening to customer and adviser feedback, we’ve made some enhancements to our Energy Saver Cashback offering.
We’ll provide 10% cashback on the total cost of eligible energy efficient home improvements, up to £1,000 on an initial advance mortgage and £200 on a lifetime mortgage drawdown (up to three times).
This offer is available to any of our later life mortgage customers across England, Scotland, and Wales. Your clients will receive an Energy Saver Cashback guide within their offer pack, providing the full T&Cs and details on what qualifies for the cashback and how to claim.
For further information on the offering, along with a details on the claims journey see our webpage below
Our Energy Saver Cashback offer
We’re seeing more cases of lifetime mortgages being used to make sustainable home improvements Like Lillian, your clients may be eligible to receive up to £1,000 through our Energy Saver Cashback offer.
"Having a lifetime mortgage has given me the independence and freedom to do the house up as I would want, to make sure that it’s long lasting, that it’s eco-friendly. And it’s given me that freedom of not worrying about money" - Lillian
Full details, links and supporting information can be located within the Energy Saver Cashback guides.
If you’d like to get in touch with your respective Account Manager, you can find their details below.
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