Posted on 24 November 2012 by Mr Malik
I'm going for a let to buy mortgage, but I have been told that in order to qualify my name must be included in the new mortgage. Is this right ?
Most lenders if you are doing a "let to buy" would expect your name to be on the mortgage of the new property you are buying. However there are lenders who will look at situations that aren't quite the norm.
As John Charcol is an Independent, Whole of Market broker, we deal with those lenders who manually underwite cases and can therefore judge each application on its merits. If there's a genuine reason why you aren't going on the new mortgage, this maybe something we can assist you with.
If you'd like to discuss your enquiry in more detail, then let me know, and I'll arrange for you to speak to one of our consultants.
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