You can easily get a rough estimate of your monthly mortgage repayments (based on the interest rate) using our handy online calculator. Just enter the amount you’d like to borrow as a mortgage, the type of mortgage you’re after and the interest rate before hitting the ‘calculate’ button. You will get an estimate of how much you’ll need to pay every month.
Please note that your estimate does not include any investment-based mortgage repayment plans. Your estimate will also not include any introductory offers or discounts you may have with a lender, or projected increases that you may experience.
Once you have roughly calculated your monthly mortgage repayments, get in touch with our advisors at iam mortgages, where we can compare the market and various lenders to find you the best mortgage deal for your circumstances, and even start the mortgage application process for you.
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Your guide to mortgage eligibility
You will be eligible for a mortgage based on several criteria that every mortgage lender will take into consideration. These criteria are outlined below:
This is the sum you need to put down on a property to secure it. You will need at least 10% of the house value to put down as a deposit. For first time and other specialist buyers, there are schemes available (such as Help to Buy) where you can put down just 5% deposit if you meet the lending criteria.
Lenders favour younger people, as the younger you are, the more time you have to pay off your mortgage, so your monthly repayments will be lower and you'll be able to borrow more over a longer period of time.
Lenders will be more willing to let you borrow a larger mortgage if you earn a higher salary, as they will (in theory) have more chance of receiving their monthly payments on time without any issues. If you are purchasing a property with another person such as a spouse, a lender will consider and evaluate both parties' salaries.
If you have racked up large credit card bills and struggle to pay them off, a mortgage lender will not look on this favourably and might not let you borrow as much as you would like. You will need to curb this habit if you plan to take out a large sum as a mortgage.
A mortgage is effectively a loan, so your credit score will be crucial in determining how much you can borrow from a lender. Paying things like credit cards off on time, being on the electoral register and being completely out of debt are ways to improve your credit score. You can assess your credit score for free online.
Get in touch with our expert advisers to discuss your options.