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Right to Buy Mortgage with Bad Credit – Simply Adverse, we only do adverse, we help where others can’t

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  • Right to buy with bad credit
  • Access to exclusive specialist mortgage deals
  • Independent, whole market mortgage brokers
  • With over 2,200 5* reviews, we can help when others can’t

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Right to Buy Mortgage with Bad Credit – Simply Adverse, we only do adverse, we help where others can’t

Looking for advice & help on Right to Buy mortgages with bad credit? Talk to Simply Adverse

Find out if you qualify for a right to buy adverse credit mortgage with our Online Quiz, no credit check needed.

Do You Qualify?

It’s quick & easy. No credit check or upfront fee.

*95% Max LTV. IVAs or Ex-bankruptcy 85% Max LTV

4.94 Stars - Based on 2377 User Reviews
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Can I Get a Right to Buy Mortgage with Bad Credit? 

If you’re a council tenant in England you may be considering the government’s Right to Buy scheme, but if you’re a council tenant with a poor credit history you might think that it’s beyond your reach. You’re probably wrong.

Simply Adverse are experts in supporting applicants with bad credit to find a mortgage, and that extends to anyone thinking about Right to Buy with poor credit. If you think you may be eligible for the Right to Buy scheme, but are concerned that your adverse credit will hold you back, then talking to our specialist bad credit mortgage brokers could be the answer.

Contact Simply Adverse to find out more about how you can get a Right to Buy mortgage with poor credit.

Why Pick Simply Adverse as Your Right to Buy Mortgage Broker?

Reason 1 To Choose Simply Adverse - Adverse Credit Mortgage Specialists

We are specialist adverse credit mortgage brokers, which gives us the experience to help applicants who have had problems with credit in the past.

Reason 2 To Choose Simply Adverse - We Understand Right to Buy

Simply Adverse brokers also understand the Right to Buy mortgage market, and how a history of bad credit impacts on buyers. This specialist yet wide ranging knowledge makes us the best option for anyone considering looking for a bad credit Right to Buy mortgage.

Reason 3 To Choose Simply Adverse - A Personal Service

Whatever your circumstances, Simply Adverse will provide you with a personal service that seeks to find you the best mortgages for anyone looking at Right to Buy with a poor credit rating.

Reason 4 To Choose Simply Adverse - A variety of lenders

Our close relationships with a variety of lenders, including Right to Buy mortgage lenders, mean that our professional brokers are always ahead of the game when it comes to finding deals. You also get the benefit of our team of pre-underwriters and case managers, who work with our brokers on your behalf.

If you’ve been worried whether you’ll find a mortgage for Right to Buy with bad credit, call Simply Adverse. There are no upfront fees, so there’s nothing to lose.

Call 01245 330163 For A Free Quote

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What is Right to Buy?

Right to Buy is a government scheme designed to give eligible public sector tenants in England the opportunity to buy their home at a discounted price. The size of the discount depends on how long you have been a tenant.

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Who is Eligible for the Government’s Right to Buy Scheme?

You may be eligible to buy your home under Right to Buy if you fulfil the following criteria:

  • You are a council tenant OR you were a council tenant when your home was transferred to your current public sector landlord
  • You have been a public sector tenant for a minimum of 3 years
  • The property is your only or main home
  • You don’t share the property with anyone besides members of your household
  • You are not a tenant in sheltered accommodation (Either for elderly or disabled people)
  • Your home is not scheduled to be demolished

If you have rent arrears within the past 12 months, you are unlikely to be considered for the scheme

Why will having a poor credit record make it difficult for me to get a Right to Buy mortgage?

Lenders use the credit histories of mortgage applicants to assess whether or not they present a high risk.

Essentially, they want to make sure that you repay your mortgage loan. A history of events such as missed payments, loan defaults or CCJs, may show that you may find it hard to meet your financial obligations in the future. However, the picture is more complex than simply saying ‘if you have a low credit score you won’t get a mortgage’. Lenders look at many factors and your credit history is just part of the picture. At Simply Adverse we understand how your credit report could negatively impact your mortgage application, but we also know how to maximise your chances of a successful application.

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Can I use my Right to Buy discount as a deposit?

If you have bad credit, you can improve your chance of finding a mortgage by increasing the size of your deposit. While this can be tricky at the best of times, the good news is that some Right to Buy mortgage lenders for bad credit are willing to accept the discount that you receive on your property as a deposit. As Simply Adverse have great relationships with a number of specialist lenders, we are well-placed to find one to suit your specific circumstances, including lenders that are happy to let you use your Right to Buy discount as a deposit.

Can I still get a mortgage if my Right to Buy property is in a high-rise building?

Flats in high-rise buildings aren’t specifically excluded from the Right to Buy scheme. However, some mortgage lenders may have their own limits on the type of property they will lend for. Your mortgage broker will ensure that you apply to the appropriate lender for your property.

Can I let out my RTB property after I buy it?

Once you buy your Right to Buy property there are no restrictions on whether or not you can rent it out. If you intend to let it out immediately after purchase, you will need a specific buy-to-let mortgage. This type of mortgage has different criteria to standard mortgages and you may find it more difficult to secure one for your Right to Buy property, particularly with a history of adverse credit.

Call 01245 330163 For A Free Quote

Lines Open: Mon-Fri 09:00 – 22:00 and Sat/Sun 09:00 – 20:00. Alternatively request a call back at a time convenient to you.

It’s quick & easy. No credit check.

How Simply Adverse Can Help

Simply Adverse has an experienced team of whole-of-market brokers who understand the requirements of Right to Buy mortgage applicants. We work with lenders every day and know which are the most likely to approve your mortgage application.

If you are considering using the Right to Buy scheme to buy your current home, speak to us and find out how we can help.

Reason 1 To Choose Simply Adverse - Save Yourself time

Save yourself time
Using a broker like Simply Adverse can speed up your application, as we’ll make sure that all your documentation is correctly completely. We’ll also take the pressure of you, as we handle the vast majority of the application process

Reason 2 To Choose Simply Adverse - Pay Nothing Upfront

Pay nothing upfront
At Simply Adverse we don’t charge upfront fees. You won’t be charged anything until you receive a formal mortgage offer .

Reason 3 To Choose Simply Adverse - Access to a range of lenders

Access to a range of lenders
We’re whole-of-market lenders with relationships with both high street and specialist adverse credit lenders. 

What Bad Credit Mortgage Lenders Do Simply Adverse Work With?

We work with a wide range of Right to Buy mortgage lenders who are open to offering mortgages to applicants with bad credit. This helps us find the best Right to Buy mortgage interest rates out there. he main lenders that we work with include:

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.