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A spotlight on green mortgages

What is a green mortgage?

A green mortgage is a specialist type of mortgage that incentivises homeowners to make their properties more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. These mortgages are designed to encourage sustainable practices within the housing sector. They typically offer favourable terms and financial incentives to those who buy or improve energy-efficient homes.

Benefits of green mortgages:

Savings on energy bills

An energy-efficient home is likely to have lower utility bills, meaning homeowners can save money on heating and electricity costs.

Reduced carbon footprint

By improving the energy efficiency of your home, you can significantly reduce your carbon footprint, making a positive contribution to the environment.

Increased property value

Energy-efficient homes are often more attractive to buyers and may have a higher resale value, making them a sound long-term investment.

Support for sustainability

Choosing a green mortgage aligns with your commitment to sustainability and helps support the UK's broader environmental goals.

Get in touch today to see if a green mortgage could be right for you.

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THINK CAREFULLY ABOUT SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME.

YOUR HOME OR PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE OR ANY OTHER DEBTS SECURED ON IT.

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