Barclays launches aggressive remortgage and retention campaign

Thomas, Paul
September 2012
Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);9/3/2012, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports that lending firm Barclays has unveiled a marketing campaign to promote its Great Escape remortgage and retention mortgage products. The campaign aims to encourage clients who were affected by the increase in standard variables rates offered by other lenders. The firm has cut its two-year fixed remortgage, three-year fixed NewBuy mortgage, and retention mortgage rates. Andy Gray of Barclay said the cuts in rates are in line with the launch of Funding for Lending scheme.


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