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Katiemarie83
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29/06/2021 - 11:26 am

Hi my partner and myself have had a few AIP for different lenders however after having our offer accepted out mortgage was declined, my file is fair but my partner has a few defaults , one we were unaware of. Since finding it a few days ago it we have cleared the balance but we just want to know if we have any chance of getting a mortgage. We have a 5% deposit but may be able to stretch the 10% if it will improve our chances.
thank you for any advice.

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29/06/2021 - 11:28 am

Hi there,

Depending upon the date of the defaults, bank account conduct and overall a few further variables a 10% deposit may be possible. It will certainly come down to the finer details and the products that are operating with 5 and 10% deposits are typically highstreet lenders with a couple of specialists at 10%

You really will need to get the credit file you have achieved in front of an experienced broker who should quickly be able to determine if there is a solution or not.

The market does shift at a 15% deposit though in many circumstances if this could be raised.

If you are buying a newly built property via Help To Buy then 5% may be much more achievable.

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Katiemarie83
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29/06/2021 - 11:29 am

Hi thank you for your fast reply, the default went on to her account about 4 years ago however it was only cleared by us a few days ago as we were unaware it she had a outstanding balance with the lender. (Had no contact from them and assumed the balance was cleared by the gap insurance she had on the car loan) the hours isn’t a new build and we may be able to do 10% but they would be our maximum unfortunately. We both have files from check my file just unsure if anyone can help us.

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29/06/2021 - 11:29 am

No problem, the age of the default is certainly helpful.

It shouldn’t cost you anything to check if there is a solution. Feel free to fire over to me and I will take a look at the files and confirm quickly. It would also be useful to understand the lenders approached and which one failed at application stage?

This may be possible, but typically I would be able to tell you that today.

[email protected]

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29/06/2021 - 11:29 am

Thank you Iv send you a email 🙂

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