Help to Buy Mortgage Advice in Lincoln Across All Schemes
Since the introduction of the Governments Help to Buy scheme in October 2013 there has been an increasing number of first-time buyers getting on, and second-time buyers moving up the property ladder. Overall, confidence in the housing market seems to be increasing, also, there seems more activity in the mortgage market, especially with New Build homes.
Don’t be fooled by your builder in thinking you have to do your mortgage through them! We are not tied to any estate agent, builder or bank and have no vested interests.
Contact us to discuss your eligibility and look into your mortgage options.
How does the Help to Buy: Equity Loan Scheme work?
With a Help to Buy: Equity Loan the Government lends you up to 20% of the cost of your newly built home, so you’ll only need a 5% cash deposit and a 75% mortgage to make up the rest.
You won’t be charged loan fees on the 20% loan for the first five years of owning your home.
Example: for a home with a £200,000 price tag:
If the home in the example above sold for £200,000, you’d get £160,000 (80%, from your mortgage and the cash deposit) and you’d pay back £40,000 on the loan (20%). You’d need to pay off your mortgage with your share of the money.
It’s very important that you fully understand how this scheme works and the future options here.
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Reasons to Choose us
Your Mortgage Broker in Lincoln is here to provide you with expert Help to Buy Mortgage Advice in Lincoln.
We will always recommend the best option for your individual circumstances and make sure that you feel happy and secure through the whole Help to Buy process.
Here are some of the most common Help to Buy mortgage situations that we come across:
This makes it possible to buy a home with just a 5% deposit whilst Help to Buy Shared Ownership deposits are typically much lower than buying traditionally.
With a Help to Buy: Equity Loan, the Government lends you up to 20% of the cost of your newly built home, so you’ll only need a 5% cash deposit and a 75% mortgage to make up the rest.
Find out more information about the Help to Buy schemes available to you at Gov.uk
Why should you choose us as your Mortgage Broker in Lincoln?
As a Mortgage Broker in Lincoln, we assist clients with all types of mortgages, including those under the Help to Buy scheme. Once you make contact with us, we will walk you through the whole process, from start to finish.
If you have already found a new home that you want to buy that falls within the remit of the Help to Buy scheme, we will go through the paperwork with you and even liaise with the home builder or estate agent on your behalf.
Not only will we deal with your mortgage but we can also help if you need advice with regard to surveyors or solicitors.
As part of your initial free mortgage consultation, we will go through all of the figures with you so that you know exactly how much you will be paying each month.
As your Mortgage Advisor in Lincoln, we are here to help you. Get in touch with us today and make a date for your free mortgage consultation.
Your free mortgage consultation in Lincoln will last around one hour. We will then recommend a mortgage for you with no obligation for you to proceed and you can decide whether or not you wish to proceed with the mortgage.
As your mortgage broker in Lincoln, we carry out a Fact Find to establish your personal needs before we recommend the most suitable mortgage for you. A credit check is then required for an Agreement in Principle. Once you have provided all the relevant documentation and a valuation of the property has been undertaken, a formal mortgage offer can be issued.
To avoid possible disappointment, we recommend you obtain an Agreement in Principle before you begin viewing properties in Lincoln. At the very latest you should obtain one prior to making an offer to assist your bargaining position.
It may be possible to get a second mortgage on your home for things like debt consolidation or Home Improvements. It may also be possible to take out a mortgage on a second property if you’re wanting to use it for yourself, a family member, a holiday home or a Buy to Let.
Once you have submitted at least one year’s accounts, you are able to get a mortgage. Most Lenders use your salary plus dividend to calculate the maximum mortgage, whereas others are known to go off your net profit.
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