Right to Buy
If you have the ‘Right to Buy’ your council house or flat (or housing association property) then our Right to Buy specialist will be on hand from start to finish. We will liaise with the lender, your solicitor, the surveyor, the council, and of course you. It can be a daunting prospect but we are on hand to help take into consideration such things as:
Your credit rating (poor credit is not necessarily a problem).
Your discounted purchase price.
The construction type of your property.
The total amount needed, including any extra for home improvements or debt consolidation.
Your preferred type of mortgage.
The council’s pre emption period and any conditions attached to it.
The above is just a small snapshot of some of the considerations that we would take into consideration when advising and helping you through the whole process. As Signature Mortgages has access to the whole of the market we will only approach the lenders who offer the best deal for you, saving you time and possibly money.
Please feel free to contact Signature Mortgages today for a free no obligation discussion on your Right to Buy requirements on 01745 585859 or firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, use the Call Back form to register your enquiry. We will deal with your enquiry in as flexible way as possible, whether it’s face to face, by telephone, post or e mail.
How much will you have to pay for our mortgage services?
For establishing your needs, undertaking research and making a recommendation, we charge a fee of £95 on application up to £1,295 on completion, however our typical fee will be £95 on application and £595 on completion. Our fee becomes payable when we provide you with our recommendation(s).
If you choose to proceed with our recommendation and the mortgage goes ahead, we will also be paid commission from the lender for arranging the mortgage on your behalf.
If you apply for a mortgage that does not go ahead, you will receive no refund
THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE