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Mortgages & Remortgages Of £15,000 - £1,500,000 Across The UK.
Free Quotes & No Obligation £150,000 Mortgages.
£150,000 is a popular mortgage amount for our customers and we have many lender plans for you to obtain home purchase or remortgage solutions. You can utilise our 25 years experience to give you an accurate, free personal mortgage quotation then (only if and when you are happy) we can arrange your mortgage from enquiry to completion. The same options are available for £50,000, £150,000 or any mortgage amount up to £1,500,000, to meet your requirements. It is also quite popular for people to look at buying a property priced at £150,000 with our help, in which case our purchase plans go up to 95% Loan To Value, which equates to just a 5% deposit needed on a property of £150k.
Whether you are a home mover, remortgaging, a first time buyer or a buy to let landlord - our UK mortgage team will discuss your goals and recommend a suitable mortgage or remortgage plan for your circumstances. We are UK owned company and our mortgage team are waiting to give you no obligation confidential help, facts, figures and advice. Please call 0800 298 3000 (freephone) or dial 0333 003 1505 (mobile friendly) alternatively complete our short on line enquiry form , don`t worry - there is no credit check with this form.
Initial mortgage fixed rates usually last between 1 and 5 years.
For example if the start rate is 1.85% then a mortgage of £150,000 over 25 years will result in an initial monthly cost of £629.04, however this will normally increase after the initial rate period ends - which is why many people then look at remortgaging their home at that time. If you borrow £ 150,000 over 25 years at an interest rate of 1.28% this will result in a monthly payment of circa £588.86 on a repayment mortgage. The overall cost for comparison is 4.5%APRC.
It is important to remember that mortgage rates may change and you will only be protected from mortgage rate alterations while in the fixed rate period of any mortgage, for detailed figures please talk to one of our qualified mortgage advisers who will find the best mortgage plan from our range and give you a free, no obligation mortgage illustration.
When finding a mortgage or remortgage there are a number of factors that determine the amount of money you are able to borrow and the rate you will receive. Some key criteria considered for a mortgage are: the loan to value, your existing debts, income & affordability, your credit profile and employment. We will use our experience and wide mortgage product range to match your scenario with your mortgage solution. When looking for a mortgage you may notice that many mortgages have an initial low mortgage rate for a certain period of time that then increases, many people change there £150,000 mortgage through a remortgage when the initial payment period is over.
Your loan to value is the name of the ratio used to calculate the amount of money you wish to borrow compared to the value of your property, the calculation is
MORTGAGE AMOUNT / PROPERTY VALUE * 100
Initial Rates From 1.28% Fixed (4.5%APRC).
If you are looking at borrowing £150,000 via a mortgage you will probably be able to purchase a house of a significantly larger value depending on your deposit size and loan to value.
|Mortgage Amount||Property Valuation||Loan To Value|
|£150,000||£ 166,650||90% LTV|
|£150,000||£ 187,500||80% LTV|
|£150,000||£ 214,200||70% LTV|
|£150,000||£ 250,000||60% LTV|
|£150,000||£ 300,000||50% LTV|
If you have missed payments on your existing credit, then this could impact on the mortgage amount offered as well as the rate, First Choice Finance are a leading mortgage broker who are sometimes able to help people find a mortgage even with a bad credit rating. With an extensive panel of lenders we are often able to help where the high street banks are unable to, please contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
If you have loans or credit cards outstanding, remortgaging can give you the opportunity to re-evaluate your finances and combine your existing debts into your mortgage, it is important to consider the different options available, adding your short term finance into your mortgage can help reduce your monthly outgoings and simplify your finances, extending the term of your current finance may increase the cost over the term of the mortgage, visit our debt consolidation calculator or speak to a qualified mortgage adviser from First Choice Finance for a detailed repayment illustration.
The key here is that if you decide to borrow £150,000 make sure you are comfortable with being able to meet the repayments both at the initial agreed payment amount and at the revert rate of the given plan. This rate will be stated on the documents offering your mortgage and is an indicator of where your rate could go, clearly you may well be able to remortgage to a plan cheaper than the revert rate either with your existing mortgage lender or with a new one. Please bear in mind that borrowing large amounts of money (such as one hundred and fifty thousand pounds) is not all about getting the lowest possible initial payment. Matters such as is the rate fixed or are you happy to risk it changing, or how long does the fixed payment last for compared to your job / income expectations etc need to be considered. This is where your mortgage adviser can help by supporting you and giving advice on the aspects of taking on fixed, variable tracker, low start and various other mortgage types. You do not have to navigate the mortgage maze alone, our longevity in the market means that whether you are a first time buyer, a home mover or have decided to remortgage your home we could help you get a mortgage plan you are happy with.
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