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Adverse Credit Mortgages
If you have had arrears, defaults, county court judgements (CCJs), debt management plans or have been made bankrupt in the past 6 years, there are still mortgage options available.
Bad credit mortgages help people with a history of poor credit get on the property ladder. You may have to pay a slightly higher interest rate, as mortgage lenders will deem you to be a higher risk. However, if you keep up repayments on a poor credit mortgage, your credit rating should improve and enable you to move to a standard mortgage at a lower rate after a few years.
Our friendly mortgage advisers regularly deal with lenders who are experienced in lending to customers with poor credit ratings, and are well placed to advise you on all your available options. They will work with you to find you the most suitable mortgage deal and secure an Agreement in Principle, so you can turn your dream of getting a new home into a reality.
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Looking into a credit history will show up any defaulted payments and give the lender a good impression of how financially responsible you are with your spending.
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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
There will be a fee for mortgage advice. The actual amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances and loan amount. The fee is up to 1.5%, but a typical fee is 0.67% of the amount borrowed.
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