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Frequently asked questions
Does the mortgage application process differ if I'm over 50?
Getting a mortgage used to be much trickier the older you got, but lenders now offer a much wider range of options to borrowers aged 50 and above.
Different lenders impose different mortgage age limits, so when choosing a mortgage it’s a good idea to explore several options so you can be certain you’ve found the best deal for your needs.
However, taking out a mortgage in your 50s isn’t very different to getting a mortgage when you’re in your 20s, 30s or 40s. Lenders will want to check that you’ll be able to afford your payments both now and in the future.
Read more in our guide: Mortgages for over 50s: what you need to know.
How can I improve my chances of being accepted for a mortgage?
If you’re worried about not being accepted for a mortgage, there are certain things you might be able to do that could help boost your chances. For instance, in addition to making sure you can afford the mortgage you’re applying for, lenders will look at your credit score – which is effectively a record of how you’ve managed debt in the past.
If you’re worried that your credit score is not high enough, there are several ways you might be able to do that before applying for a mortgage. Read more about what you can do to improve your chances.
How do I find a mortgage advisor?
Your mortgage is a big commitment and an important financial decision, so it’s crucial to make sure you get the right mortgage advice for you. Whilst it’s always beneficial to do your own research, it’s almost always a good idea to get mortgage advice from an expert with in-depth knowledge of the market.
A mortgage advisor (or “broker”) will typically have access to deals from a range of lenders and sometimes have exclusive offers only available to mortgage brokers. Seeking mortgage advice also offers extra protection, as you can complain to the Financial Ombudsman Service if your mortgage turns out to be unsuitable.
Speaking to an experienced mortgage advisor can help you to understand your options and get a great deal on your mortgage. If you’re looking for somewhere to start, you can speak to a Rest Less Mortgages advisor and get high quality advice on residential, retirement interest-only, equity release and buy-to-let mortgages.
What do I need to get a mortgage?
Before applying for a mortgage, contact the three main credit reference agencies and order your credit reports. Make sure there is no incorrect information about you. Start collecting all the documents you will need for the mortgage application process. Read more about how to apply for a mortgage.
How much does a mortgage cost?
There are a number of fees and charges you might need to pay if you’re taking out a mortgage. These might include mortgage broker fees, adviser fees, valuation fees, arrangement fees and more. Take a look a this handy mortgage costs and fees guide to find out more about the potential costs of taking out a mortgage and how much you might have to pay.
If you’re looking for mortgage advice, you can speak to a Rest Less mortgage advisor and get high quality advice** on residential, retirement interest-only and buy-to-let mortgages.
What mortgage can I afford?
How much you can afford to borrow depends on several factors. Firstly, your household income – including your salary and any additional income you receive, such as from a second job, freelancing, benefits, commission or bonuses.
Lenders will also be looking to check affordability, so they can be confident that you’ll be able to afford the monthly payments for the duration of your mortgage. To do this, they will typically look at your regular household bills and outgoings, as well as any debt you have such as loans and credit cards.
Lenders will also ‘stress test’ whether you’ll still be able to afford your mortgage payments if, for example, interest rates were to rise or your income dropped.
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Our mortgage guides are designed to give you the essential knowledge you need to feel confident when considering your mortgage options.
Whether you’re looking to refresh your mortgage knowledge, want to understand how mortgages work and where to start, or you’re looking for information related to your needs – our guides are here to help.
Please note that we charge a fee of £495 for residential, buy-to-let and retirement interest-only mortgages, and £995 for equity release. This only be chargeable upon mortgage completion.
Think carefully before securing debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it. The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) is an agency for arbitrating on unresolved complaints between regulated firms and their clients. Full details of the FOS can be found on its website at www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk.