How much can I borrow?

Expat Residential Mortgages and Remortgages

Lenders will not lend you more than they feel you can afford, based on your earning and financial commitments, for example any other loans or mortgages you are paying and also how large a deposit you can afford to put down.

You should be able to borrow up to four and a half times your income in general though if you’re buying with someone else you can usually borrow up to three and a half times your total combined incomes.

Lenders will differ in the amounts they are prepared to lend and what they include as your income will vary.

The maximum amount you can borrow is usually 75% of the property’s value, so you’ll need at least a 25% deposit.

Expat Buy to Let mortgages

For Buy-to-Let you can usually borrow up to 75% of the property’s value, which means you’ll need to pay at least a 25% deposit. The lender will take into account the property’s value, the amount of rental income you can get for it and how much deposit you put down.

Please contact us to find out how much you can borrow…