Navigating Purchase Mortgages with Manuka Money!

Discover the seamless path to property acquisition with Manuka Money’s expertise in purchase mortgages. Whether it’s your first home, a second property, or a new residence, our step-by-step guidance ensures a swift and smooth process tailored to your unique circumstances.

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Secure Your Property with a Purchase Mortgage!

A purchase mortgage is a financial arrangement that enables individuals to acquire a property. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, looking to invest in a second property, or planning to move into a new residence, a purchase mortgage is the key to turning your homeownership dreams into reality.

At Manuka Money, we understand that purchasing a property is a significant step, and we’re here to guide you through the entire process. Our experienced team is dedicated to finding the perfect mortgage solution tailored to your unique circumstances and preferences. We work diligently to ensure a seamless application process, allowing you to transition smoothly into your new home. With a purchase mortgage, you can take the first exciting step towards owning your own piece of real estate.

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What Does a Purchase Mortgage Entail?

A purchase mortgage is acquired when you are looking to buy a property, whether it’s your first-time purchase, an additional property, or a move to a new home. At Manuka Money, we offer comprehensive guidance through each phase of the process, ensuring that you secure a mortgage that precisely aligns with your needs and situation. Our commitment lies in facilitating a swift and seamless application process for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a purchase mortgage?

A purchase mortgage is a type of loan specifically designed to help individuals buy a property. It provides the necessary funds to purchase a home, whether it's your first property, a second home, or a new residence.

How does a purchase mortgage work?

When you apply for a purchase mortgage, the lender provides you with the funds needed to buy the property. You'll then make regular monthly payments to the lender, including both the principal amount borrowed and the interest accrued.

What are the key factors to consider when choosing a purchase mortgage?

Several factors play a crucial role in selecting the right purchase mortgage, such as the interest rate, loan term, down payment, and any associated fees. It's essential to work with a knowledgeable mortgage advisor who can help you navigate these factors and find a mortgage that suits your financial goals and circumstances.

Representative Example for secured loans: based on borrowing £18,000 over 120 months. Interest Rate: 5.5% fixed for 60 months with instalments of £213.33. Followed by 60 months at the lenders standard variable rate of 5.7% with instalments of £214.36. Fees: Broker fee (£1,062); Lender fee (£595). Total amount payable £25,756.4 comprised of; loan amount (£18,000); interest (£6,004.4) including broker fee and lender fee. Overall cost of comparison 7.902% APRC. This means 51% or more of our clients receives this rate or better for this type of product. We have arranged borrowing with rates from 4.9% to 29% APRC which has allowed us to help customers with a range of credit profiles. We are a broker not a lender.

Secured Loans have a minimum term of 36 months to a maximum loan term of 360 months. Maximum APRC charged 29%.

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or other debt secured on it.

If you are thinking of consolidating existing borrowing, you should be aware that you may be extending the terms of the debt and increasing the total amount you repay.