It’s a question many will have asked themselves, particularly in these times of global financial crisis and fluctuating house prices.
We may worry about being denied help due to having had a bad credit rating in the past, or missed mortgage payments, perhaps defaults on credit cards & loans, CCJs or even having been bankrupt. You may even have good income but are worried you might still have a bad credit mortgage.
You may be unsure whether any of the above applies to you and need some guidance before making any further plans, in which case here’s a great Bad Credit Mortgage Guide to get you some expert advice from MortgageKey.
BAD CREDIT MORTGAGES
A bad credit mortgage adviser can help you with a plan on how to get a mortgage with bad credit, and this can cover many circumstances including being a first-time buyer or someone looking for a bad credit remortgage.
It’s not all about bad income: bad credit mortgage lenders also want to help customers who can offer a large deposit and are on a good income, although this would depend on the severity of the bad credit.
Another guide you might want to check out in that case is Getting A Mortgage With A CCJ: you may be surprised to learn that it is not impossible – though perhaps more difficult – to secure a loan under these circumstances.
There are many things to take into account before considering taking out a bad credit mortgage, so again it’s worth doing some reading around the subject before speaking to someone about it: Bad Credit Mortgage Things You May Not Know.
Some lenders, when considering bad credit mortgages on a good income, will look at your affordability (ability to repay) rather than income ratio. Be aware that these lenders tend to have a higher interest rate, but they may be able to consider your situation with a unique approach tailored to your own finances.
Here are MortgageKey’s Bad Credit Mortgages 5 Common Questions which also provides some great tips about how to improve a bad credit rating, and how to obtain a bad credit mortgage. Once you’re prepared for how it all works, you may be on the path to securing a mortgage more readily than you think.
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