When applying for a mortgage, most lenders calculate how much they are willing to lend you based on your income and expenditures (including your partner's, if it's a joint application). Generally, the lower your income or the more outgoings you have, the less you are likely to be able to borrow.
The calculator below provides useful information on what you could borrow based on a few assumptions, it is designed only for this purpose. Get free mortgage advice and find out exactly what you could borrow with L&C by calling 0800 073 1951.
The calculator above only provides a rough overview of what you could borrow and doesn’t take into account other standard outgoings such as childcare, debts and credit card repayments or any dependants. All these can have an impact on what a lender decides to lend for the mortgage. Speaking to a mortgage lender or broker is likely to provide a more accurate value. When you do so, you can then get something known as an agreement in principle (AIP). The lender however, is not bound by this and may carry out further checks before lending you the money.
In terms of mortgage and re-mortgage rates, these are usually provided in LTV (loan to value) bands. Generally, the bigger your deposit is for the property, the lower the interest rate is likely to be, meaning lower monthly repayments. Most lenders have different interest rates, based on the LTV bands, see below on just how much can be saved by having a higher deposit amount.
|Total Payment Over 3 Years||£36,324||£30,852||£27,972||£20,556|
The above is based on a house value of £250,000 on a capital repayment basis over a 25-year term with no fees added
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