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Getting a mortgage is a commitment, so choosing wisely is only critical. As mortgage offers greatly vary, it is often complex to see if it is the right fit. At 1newhomes, we created an easy mortgage calculator for users to see how interest rates, mortgage terms, and loan-to-value ratio (LTV) affect monthly mortgage repayments.

This universal tool allows ambitious homeowners and buyers to understand their affordability better, which is especially relevant for first-time property buyers (FTBs) facing rising interest rates and challenging property market settings.

WHICH TYPE OF MORTGAGE IS RIGHT FOR ME?

The type of loan you choose will affect your interest rate and your monthly payments, so it’s vital to choose wisely. Here’s a look at different loan options for some common mortgage types


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Deposit, £
Interest rate, %
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How much is a £500,000 mortgage per month in UK?

  Monthly Repayment Interest Paid Interest Rate
500k mortgage over 20 years £2,529 £106,960 2%
500k mortgage over 25 years £2,119 £135,700 2%
500k mortgage over 30 years £1,848 £165,280 2%

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Mortgage Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

Can I get a mortgage with bad credit?

Yes, you can. However, it will be more difficult than for someone with a good credit rank. Lenders use the score to check if a borrower passes the affordability checks.

And a lot depends on the credit score itself because there is a clear difference between a fair and a really bad rating. Some lenders offer mortgages specifically designed for people with bad credit. They might include higher rates or fees.

Another solution is contacting lenders and directly seeking advice as they are ready to assist even in complex situations. Else, gradually improving your rating is another alternative that might require extra time.

Can I get a mortgage with a low income?

Sure, it is possible to qualify for a mortgage with a low income. Having more income means more flexibility with finance and won't require cutting spending as much as with lower incomes.

A bright side is that lenders test a lot of things when checking your affordability, including income sources. They will make sure you can afford monthly payments without struggling.

The main three things lenders check are the mortgage repayments, your household bills, and any other living costs. As such, ensure you have enough income to cover all that and consider cutting unnecessary spending such as memberships you don't use.

One of the best options is to contact a mortgage broker and seek advice on how to proceed with a mortgage application to look best with lenders.

How can a foreigner get a mortgage in the UK?

For international buyers, there are several requirements to meet when taking a mortgage. The most critical thing is that you need at least one of the following:

  • A Visa (family, tier 1, tier 2)
  • Permanent residency in the UK
  • A permanent job in the UK
  • A UK Bank Account
  • A UK work permit
Can I get a mortgage earning 20k per year in the UK?

Some lenders have a minimum requirement for income at £20k per year for residential property deals. Others might accept applicants with £15k or £10k annual income. Moreover, a few lenders have no minimum income requirements whatsoever.

You might qualify for a mortgage with 20k when:

  • Your income is not limited by your salary.
  • You have saved a significant deposit.
  • Your credit rank is good.
  • Your spendings are minimal and essential.
  • You are buying an affordable home.

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