Compare Chelsea Building Society mortgages
If you are interested in taking out a mortgages with the Chelsea Building Society you will need to consider your borrowing requirements and personal circumstances to see which of their offers is most suitable for you.
First Time Buyers
In the current property market, it can be hard for first time buyers to get a foot on the ladder. Many lenders, such as Chelsea Building Society offer mortgage products specifically designed for first time buyers. These often allow the borrower to get up to 95% of the value of their property and may also include provisions for close relatives to help out by offering their own homes as security against part of the mortgage.
Remortgaging with Chelsea Building Society
As interest rates change over time and new products come onto the market, it can be a good idea to move your mortgage to a different provider to get a better deal. This can also allow you to borrow more, so you can pay off your existing mortgage and have some cash left over. Switching mortgage providers can be relatively simple, with many lenders offering to help you with some or all of the fees involved.
Second charge mortgages
If you have a good deal on your existing mortgage but want to borrow more, it may make more sense to take out a separate secured loan, known as a second charge mortgage. This allows you to unlock extra finance without interfering with your existing mortgage.
Loan to value ratio
How much you will be able to borrow as a mortgage is likely to be influenced by a number of factors, including how much you earn. Another important consideration is your loan to value (LTV) ratio. This shows how the amount you want to borrow relates to the market value of your property.
So, if you want to borrow £50,000 as a mortgage on a £100,000 house, your LTV would be 50%. If you then wanted to take out a second charge mortgage for a further £25,000, this would make your LTV 75%.
The higher your LTV, the higher interest rates most lenders will tend to offer.
Find the best deals on mortgage rates
The mortgages market is diverse, with many different providers and types of mortgages to choose from. This can make it hard to know which offers the best value for you. Our mortgage calculator takes a lot of the hard work out of the equation for you.
All you have to do is head to the top of the page and plug in some basic details, including the amount you wish to borrow, how long you want to repay over and why you need the money. The mortgage calculator will then match your enquiry with our pick of the top deals from across the industry, making it much quicker and simpler for you to make a comparison.