Right to Buy Mortgage
As a council tenant, you may be able to purchase your home under The Right to Buy Scheme at a discounted price. You may be eligible to buy your council home if: It is your main residency. Your property is not shared with anyone outside of your family. You’re a secure tenant with a legally-binding contract with the council or housing association. There are no undergoing legal proceedings against you in terms of debt.
Right to Buy Mortgage with no deposit
It is possible to use the Right to Buy discount as the sole deposit for your mortgage. This can vary from lender to lender. Some lenders may even allow you to take a cash lump sum out of the deposit for home improvements. As a whole of market brokerage we have access to highstreet and specialist lenders meaning we can also accommodate those with poor credit, self-employment and any other unique circumstances.
The Full Package
Our work does not stop here. We offer a complete solution including the right protection and insurance products for you to ensure that your mortgage is fully protected. We liaise directly with the mortgage lender and solicitor throughout the process on your behalf. We quote and instruct the solicitors required for your purchase, so you have one less thing to worry about. We are always on hand to assist with any queries you may have throughout the process, from start to finish.
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