Are you paid in a foreign currency and looking to get a mortgage in the UK? A foreign currency mortgage is one that is serviced or repaid in a different currency from the borrower’s income.
This type of income can include any assets that is being used to repay the mortgage, which are received in a different currency to the loan currency. Often, we see this consisting of salary, bonuses or shares.
If you are an expat looking for advice on mortgages, please take a look at our expat mortgages page.
Alternatively, you can explore the answers to the most frequently asked questions about foreign currency mortgages below. If you can’t find your solution, you can ask your own question and we’ll answer as soon as we can.
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