Compare Melton Mowbray mortgages
Whether you are simply looking to move home or have more specialist requirements, Melton Building Society offer a number of mortgage products that could match your needs.
First Time Buyer mortgages
Melton Building Society give mortgages of up to 95% of the value of a property to first time buyers to help them get onto the property ladder. They also offer features such as fixed rates and discounted rates for the first few years of a first time buyer mortgage to help new homeowners better plan their finances.
Self Build mortgages
It can be hard to get a mortgage for a self build or renovation project as the property may not be considered mortgageable by many lenders until it is complete. The Melton offers dedicated self build and renovation mortgages to help customers finance their property building dreams.
Buy to Let mortgages
If you want to buy property to rent out as an investment, Melton Building Society will lend you up to 60% of the property’s value. They offer discounted rates on many of their buy to let mortgages although the amount you can borrow may depend on the market monthly rental value of the property.
Remortgaging with Melton Building Society
Paying off your existing mortgage with a new one can allow you to increase your borrowing or cut your monthly repayments. This can help you save money or fund home improvements, buy a car or contribute towards any other purposes.
Second charge mortgages
If you are happy with your current mortgage but need to borrow more, taking out a separate secured loan may be the way to go. This allows you to unlock additional equity from your property without interfering with your existing mortgage.
Loan to value ratio
To get an idea of how much you may be able to borrow, it is worth thinking about your loan to value (LTV) ratio. This is a metric lenders use to decide how much they will be willing to give you as a mortgage. LTV is a way of showing how much the amount you want to borrow is as a percentage of the market value of the property in question.
For example, take out a £50,000 mortgage on a £100,000 house and this will give you an LTV of 50%. Most lenders will go up to an LTV of 75% for most mortgages and some may lend more on certain types of borrowing.
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To try it out, just head to the top of the page and put in some basic information, including how much you want to borrow and how long for. The mortgage calculator will then show you our pick of all the best deals that match your requirements.