New To Real Estate And Mortgage?

Before stepping in the world of mortgage and real estate, it would be wise to have some basic knowledge and insight in this world.

What is a mortgage?

One often hears the words “mortgage” and "home loan” used interchangeably. The mortgage is really the agreement that makes your home loan work. It is long term secured loan taken out to buy a residential property, and is guaranteed by the property.

How do I get a mortgage?

Banks, building societies and other specialist finance companies are the traditional mortgage lenders. Working directly or through intermediaries such as agents or brokers will help you in real estate and mortgage.

How do I qualify for a mortgage?

One will have to provide a certified or the potential source of income. Having a good credit history can work in your favor and obtain favorable terms and conditions.

What amount can I borrow?

Multiply your yearly income by the income multiplier (values set between 2.5 and 5}.This is the maximum amount of you can borrow.

Do I need to deposit for a mortgage?

A capital deposit is required but not essential for all mortgages. But generally, most of the transactions do, so one should be ready to deposit at least 10 percent of the total mortgage loan. A big deposit can. Can bring the mortgage interest rate down and minimize the chances of negative equity.

Are there any fees charged?

Depending on the mortgage lender, the fee can vary and can be charged at specific times.Most common type of fees include: Arrangement fee, Early repayment charge, Final repayment charge.

What about mortgage repayments?

Mortgage repayments are split into two different parts: Capital repayments and Interest repayments.

Is there any difference between bank mortgages and building society mortgages?

Building societies have been experts in the mortgage market for long and established with the purpose of providing a mortgage service. Depending on what sort of mortgage deal you are looking for, you can decide who is going to be the best lender for you.

What is a Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio?

Expressed generally as a percentage, the LTV ratio of a mortgage is the difference between the total value of the property being mortgaged and the capital borrowed.

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