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Most lenders will let you borrow 4.5 times your annual salary so, as long as you have a standard 10% deposit, you should be able to borrow this much.
Depending on your personal circumstances, some lenders may let you borrow 5 times your salary.
Lenders usually cap the amount they lend at 5.5 times your salary, so it’s unlikely you’ll be able to borrow more than this.
This calculator is an estimation of how much you could borrow. If you’re ready to take out a mortgage, speak to a Revolution brokers to see what options are available.
In the current climate, many homeowners are facing ever-tightening budgets and falling income. This can be extremely stressful, and if you fall into arrears on your mortgage payments, seeking expert support is vital to avoid the situation getting any worse.
The last thing anybody wants is to lose their home, and so being proactive is the best solution to try and remedy things.
Should you be facing repossession, you should, as quickly as possible:
The good news is that there are options available to avoid repossession and help you recover from this position. Business finance broker work with specialist lenders who can offer refinancing to help avoid losing your property.
In some cases, we carry out simple renegotiations in light of the challenges our client is facing, and secure their ongoing mortgage at more favourable terms.
For fast, professional advice and immediate support, contact Revolution Brokers on 0330 304 3040 or drop us a message at email@example.com.
Repossession rescue finance helps homeowners in crisis avoid losing their home, and usually consists of either:
Each type of loan is used to repay arrears or other debts, bring the payments up to date, and release equity from your property.
Once you have had time to recover and restore your finances, you are usually advised to then look at refinancing the rescue finance later down the line, so that you can secure better lending terms.
If you are looking at repossession and your bank has refused to help, or you have been rejected for emergency finance elsewhere - do not worry, there are plenty of lenders out there who specialise in helping people recover from a financial crisis.
For personal support, advice and recommendations on the best rescue finance for you, give our team a call on 0330 304 3040 or drop us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first step is to work out where you are - how much do you owe, and how far behind have you fallen? If you are over two months behind, and have received a court order for repossession of your home, there are still options to avoid this.
If you are one month behind, the situation is of course much less critical than if you are over six months late on mortgage payments - the less severe your default, the more lenders who will be able to help.
Should you be further behind, this demonstrates a higher risk. Revolution Brokers do work with specialist lenders who may be able to support your application, but usually:
This is why it is so important to act quickly to find the right solution before the problem escalates.
If you are unsure of the best way to avoid repossession or do not know whether repossession rescue finance is your best option, then contact the Revolution team on 0330 304 3040 and we will walk through the situation with you.
Most mortgage lenders who offer repossession rescue finance will need to see a reasonable level of equity in the property, because:
The terms and borrowing you can get depends on how far behind you are with your arrears, and any other relevant factors on your credit file.
Homeowners with equity of around 50% or higher are a much lower risk than applicants looking for an 80% LTV or more.
If you have a previously clean credit record, you may be able to borrow up to 95% LTV - but this will be much lower if you have been struggling with credit issues for some time and have fallen into arrears with your mortgage.
You may hear about non-equity loans, which can lend you more than your property is worth - and up to 120% of your home's value.
However, this is a very specialist type of finance, is often extremely expensive, and should only ever be considered as a last resort and in the short-term to avoid getting into further financial difficulties.
It's common to have other debts as well as falling into arrears with your mortgage. For most people, mortgage payments are the last thing you wish to default on, and so you may have stopped paying other bills beforehand to be able to keep up with your mortgage for as long as possible.
Very often, applicants will need to borrow money to clear other debts, as well as to avoid repossession.
This will, of course, be reflected in your credit report, which will show any late payments, defaults or financial difficulties - and the more issues shown, the more difficult it is to secure new financing.
Most lenders will want to see evidence that they are lending responsibly, and that you will be able to keep up with the repayments once the other debts have been cleared.
The reason you have fallen behind in your mortgage payments can make a big difference.
In the current economic climate, many people are reliant on government support and furlough schemes, and with mass-redundancies predicted some lenders could offer payment holidays, more flexible finance, and emergency support.
Suppose you have experienced an emergency that has caused the financial strain. In that case, some mortgage providers may be able to help, and will not proceed with a repossession order if you have been proactive in contacting them to explain what has happened.
Where circumstances could not have been foreseen, or a significant life event has occurred which has impacted your income and caused you to default, the most important thing is to get in contact with your mortgage lender.
Examples include redundancy, illness and injury - in which case a lender might offer support until you have recovered or found a new job.
Should there be no extenuating circumstances and you have mismanaged your budget it is less likely that a mortgage lender will be able to offer much flexibility.
Lenders will need to know that you can afford to keep up with the repayments before offering repossession rescue finance.
Income and affordability are essential criteria. If you can meet the repayments, a lender is likely to be able to consolidate all of your outstanding debts into one mortgage, or a second mortgage.
In some cases, you can also apply for a longer mortgage term to reduce the monthly payments and keep them comfortably within your budget.
Mortgage lenders will consider:
Reliable income is key; although different lenders will use different calculations. For example, some will only accept salaried income as part of the income calculations, whereas others will include all bonuses, commissions and dividends.
Affordability is usually calculated as a multiple of your income - so typically the maximum offer will be up to 4-4.5 times your annual wage. Some lenders can offer more, even as high as 5-6 times your salary.
If you need repossession rescue finance and would like to identify the best lenders to apply to, contact Revolution Finance Brokers today on 0330 304 3040.
Refinancing your home to avoid repossession will involve a valuation - this helps the lender see what the property is worth and therefore calculate what they can lend against it.
Every lender will have a different policy, but traditional brick-built homes are usually the easiest property type to lend against.
Unusual properties, such as those with a thatched roof or timber frame, and those in need of repair, can be more difficult to lend against.
As a repossession rescue expert, the Revolution team is on hand to provide help with emergency finances in any situation. If you have a non-standard property or a home in need or renovation, contact the team, and we will work through the best options.
There are three primary ways to protect your home and prevent repossession from going ahead:
Some lenders will offer a range of emergency options or additional facilities to help borrowers cope in difficult times. For example, payment holidays can often be included as an option within your mortgage terms, that you might not be aware of.
Mortgage facilities can include:
In most cases, a lender will do everything possible to avoid repossession, so it is always wise to contact them in the first instance to discuss the options and see what they can offer.
You might also be offered an extended loan secured against your equity to help you consolidate debt.
If you haven't been able to negotiate with your lender, or need professional support with these discussions, contact Revolution on 0330 304 3040.
Another option, and often a final resort, is to sell your property. This is usually only chosen because you cannot secure any financing and cannot keep up with repayments.
Although a tough decision, in the long-term it is better to have chosen to sell your home to repay debts than to allow a repossession to take place.
Remember though, that even if you do so and manage to avoid a repossession, it may still be considered as such by future lenders given that the mortgage defaults and subsequent sale will be recorded on your credit file.
The Revolution team works with clients who have experienced severe financial difficulties and are seeking secure solutions to avoid a repossession scenario.
Whether you have decided on the sort of rescue finance you think is most suited, or need professional advice to work through the options available, we are here to help.
As an independent broker, we have access to a vast network of specialist funding partners who offer emergency finance outside of the scope of mainstream lenders. We can often find a solution to avoid you losing your home.
Contact us now on 0330 304 3040 or send us a message to email@example.com.
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