Right to Buy with Poor Credit

Posted on 29 March 2011 by nicky


My husband and I have a bad credit, ccj's, defaults, but we have the Right to Buy which will give us at least a 25% deposit plus we can get a guarantor.  Is this possible?

Nicky,

I am not aware of any Lenders considering mortgage applications on Right to Buy properties if you have bad credit.

I recommend that you speak to a local independent mortgage broker about your situation.

Peter

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