How much can I borrow?
What you can borrow can vary greatly from lender to lender, with each having their own way of calculating your maximum loan size.
Factors that can affect your borrowing capacity include:
- Your income
- Any debts that you have
- Your outgoings
- The number of children that you have
- Deductions on your pay slips for pensions or travel
The number of years that you wish to pay the mortgage over will also have an effect.
Our borrowing calculator is here to give you an initial idea of the amount you can borrow. But, to get a more accurate figure and to find out the monthly repayments, you should call us on 0800 6128099.
We know from experience which lender is suited to any given situation.
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