There are a large range of different mortgage types available on the market – They are all suited to different lifestyles and circumstances. It can be rather confusing to understand all the features of the different mortgage types and pinpoint which one would be right for you.

Browse below for our most frequently asked questions about mortgages for different types of mortgage. If you’re looking for specific advice tailored to your individual circumstances, it would be best to get in touch with our advisers directly or to ask your own question below.

Can a Mortgage Guarantor Live Abroad?

It’s highly unlikely that a lender would allow someone who’s...

Can You Release Equity from a Property with Shared Ownership?

Unfortunately you need to have 100% ownership before any lender...

Can a Parent Be a Guarantor on a Mortgage?

Parents can be guarantors for their child’s mortgage.

Which mortgage lenders allow unlimited overpayments?

Nearly every lender has a product which allows unlimited...

Shared Ownership & Stamp Duty

My partner and I are looking to buy a property through shared...

Can a mother and son get a mortgage together?

As part of a settlement for divorce my mother was given the...

Can I be a guarantor for a buy-to-let mortgage?

Is it still possible to get a guarantor mortgage? I would like...

Can I sell half of my house to my daughter or son?

Where can my son get a mortgage to buy a share of our house? We...

I'm buying a house with my mother. Can we get a mortgage?

Hello, My parents are midway through a divorce and are selling...

Mortgages in Trust

My daughter and her partner, due to wed next year, are potential...

Should we use our property as collateral for our son's mortgage?

We are retired and own our home outright. Our son wants to buy...

Changes to my variable rate

Currently I am coming out from fixed mortgage and now SVR applies...

Shared Ownership/Default

I will be looking for a mortgage of roughly £50,000, as I will be...

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