Posted on 15 June 2015 by Tom
I own my property outright and would like to take out a mortgage to raise capital..how do i do this? Tom
Capital raising on an unencumbered property is a relatively straight forward process, though it can be slightly restricted by the purpose you want the money for and the loan to value. Basically a lender would assess your application based on your income, age & term, reason for borrowing, previous credit history, etc... and as long as you meet their lending criteria, then there's no reason we shouldn't be able to get you the mortgage you need.
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