Compare Monmouthshire Building Society mortgages
Different types of mortgages come with different benefits and restrictions, including how much you can borrow and the kind of interest rates you are likely to be charged. Getting the right one for you means making sure you know which best suits your borrowing needs and personal circumstances.
First Time Buyer mortgages
Monmouthshire Building Society offers mortgages of up to 95% for first time buyers, making it much easier for them to raise the deposit compared to for a normal mortgage. They are also involved in the government’s Help to Buy – Wales scheme, providing further support for first time homeowners.
Buy to Let mortgages
You can borrow up to 75% of a property’s value in order to buy it to rent out with Monmouthshire Building Society. The amount you can borrow may also be influenced by the market rate of rent on your property. Your lender is likely to want the monthly rental income to exceed the monthly interest only mortgage payments on your property.
Remortgaging with Monmouthshire Building Society
Switching your mortgage to Monmouthshire Building Society could help you lower your monthly repayments, if you can get a better deal than on your existing mortgage. It may also allow you to borrow more, leaving you with a lump sum spare once your old mortgage is paid off.
Second charge mortgages
If you need to increase your borrowing, to cover home improvements or for other purposes, you may want to consider taking out a second charge mortgage. This is a secured loan, separate to your existing mortgage, which can be a cheaper way to borrow if you already have a good deal on your mortgage that you don’t wish to give up.
Loan to value ratio
If you are wondering how you much will be able to borrow, two of the most important determiners are your income and your loan to value (LTV) ratio. This is a term for what percentage of your property’s market value you will be able to borrow.
So, if you are looking at a mortgage on a property worth £100,000 and your lender is willing to give you an LTV of 70%, then you will be able to borrow up to £70,000. In general, the lower your LTV, the better interest rates you are likely to get.
Find the best deals on mortgage rates
To get a good deal on your mortgage you need to be able to compare the features of as many different products as possible, in particular the interest rates they charge. Our mortgage calculator allows you to do this quickly and easily, showing you the best deals that match your requirements from all the top providers.
To use our mortgage calculator, simply head to the top of the page and plug in some basic details, including how much you need to borrow and how long for. The mortgage calculator will do the rest, allowing you to find a great deal without the hassle.