Finding a UK Mortgage at £300 Per Month

Looking to apply for a mortgage with a monthly £300 payment value? Let's look at the various options and the eligibility policies you'll need to meet.

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Based on your yearly income, you may be able to borrow:


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.

Finding a UK Mortgage at £300 Per Month

Looking for a mortgage on a budget can be daunting. There are millions of lenders to choose from, countless products - and understanding a direct comparison of terms and rates is all but impossible without expert help.

Here's where Revolution Brokers steps in, as an independent, whole-of-market broker who can analyse your circumstances and recommend the best lenders and the most competitive mortgages on the market.

In this guide, we'll summarise what sort of mortgage you can get for a £300 per month budget. For more help or to start your enquiry, give us a call on 0330 304 3040, or email the team at

What Sort of Mortgage Value Can I Get for £300 Per Month?

The exact mortgage you'll get very much depends on how much you need to borrow, what sort of property you're buying, and your circumstances.

Here are some indicative examples of mortgages recently arranged with a monthly repayment of approximately £300:

  1. Property purchase of £166,000 with a deposit of 40% and a mortgage value of £100,000: 2-year fixed-interest and a 35-year mortgage at 1.39%.
  2. Property purchase of £50,000 with a deposit of 10% and a mortgage of £45,000: 2-year fixed-interest and a 15-year mortgage at 2.64%.
  3. Property purchase of £186,000 with a 25% deposit and a mortgage of £140,000: 2-year fixed-interest and a 38-year mortgage at 1.47%.

The rates and loan on offer will depend on whether you have a clear credit rating, how long a mortgage term you are happy to accept, whether your Loan to Value ratio meets the lender's policies, and what sort of fixed-rate interest term you would like.

What Factors Will Impact My Eligibility for a £300 a Month Mortgage?

Lenders will assess your application on multiple factors, including:

  • Your income.
  • Interest rates available.
  • Length of the mortgage.

Looking more in-depth at the factors that dictate whether you will achieve a mortgage for £300 per month, multiple choices and circumstances have an impact:

  • The type of mortgage - whether repayment or interest-only. Repayment mortgages are the norm, with an element of interest and capital paid every month. Interest-only mortgages are cheaper per month since you only pay the interest, but need to have a plan for how you'll pay back the original loan value at the end of the term.
  • How much you need to borrow - if you borrow a lower value, your monthly repayments will be smaller and be more affordable.
  • The length of the mortgage term - stretching the mortgage term for a more extended period than the typical 25 years can reduce the monthly payment value.

Can I Get a £300 a Month Mortgage on Low Income?

Potentially yes - and being on a low income does not mean that you won't be able to get a mortgage.

Suppose you already pay rent of £300 (or more) per month and have a deposit available. In that case, there is every likelihood that you will pass affordability assessments for a mortgage of a similar value.

Some lenders do have minimum income requirements, but Revolution works with many specialist lenders who aim at helping low-income applicants, or people who have experienced credit issues in the past, to get a foot onto the property ladder.

Professional Help with Finding a £300 a Month Mortgage

If you are keen to buy a property but struggling to find an affordable mortgage, or haven't had the budget to afford products available from your bank, get in touch.

business loan broker has years of experience negotiating competitive mortgage rates and tailoring your borrowing to your circumstances. Call the team on 0330 304 3040, or drop us an email at to arrange a convenient time to chat.

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