Working Out What You Can Afford
Taking out a mortgage is a big deal, it doesn't need to be overwhelming when it's actually pretty straightforward. You will need to consider all of your outgoings and whether you would realistically make the mortgage payments each month. Starting off with working how much you can potentially borrow will give you a good idea of the price range you would be looking within.
Calculate Your Eligibility
Every lender has different ways of calculating how much they will lend to you, and will take the following into consideration. As these will likely impact your monthly payments:
- The size of your deposit
- How much you spend on a regular basis
- Your credit rating
- Your income
The 'how much can I borrow' mortgage calculator below is a great way to start by getting a rough idea of your mortgage eligibility – but it’s certainly not a definitive answer.
This is not a quotation under the Consumer Credit Act. Figures are subject to validation of income, credit checks and a property valuation.
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