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  • ChiefBrush2
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  • jmpprop
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  • Andrewwhitmey1
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    Hello Tatsiana,

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  • GuyMark
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    As others have said, some lenders will permit much older clients - and remember although less common, you can apply for a mortgage over a much shorter period of time. When I bought my house many moons ago, I was fortunate enough to find an inexpensive house and I took a mortgage out for just 10 years.

    If you are able to provide a good deposit and certainly if you demonstrate you can afford to have a shorter term mortgage, I would be astounded if you found difficulty locating something suitable.

    And £200,000 is still going to get you something fairly decent in most parts of the UK!

    If you have already done something, it would be interesting to know what you ended up doing and what experiences you had.

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  • Andrewwhitmey1
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  • Dave_The_Remover
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    Call me stupid, but I don't understand how a new homes expert has said that £200,000 will only buy you a one bed flat? How do u know this? In answer to the original question though, I agree with their summary. Keep saving and get a nice healthy deposit. Good luck!

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  • Neli P
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    Depending on the lenders, the maximum age to apply for a mortgage can reach 70 years old so I don’t think that your age will be a problem.

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  • Tassa1993
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    You say you are 52 as if that's old. Don't you know, 50s is the new 30s!!!

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  • Premier Expat Mortgages
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    Hi Tatsiana,

    I would check as they help to buy scheme was for first time buyers unless they have released some new funds aimed at previous property owners

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    Originally posted by Jacks & Jones View Post
    Hi Tanya, Sounds like a big choices for you and exciting ones! - To be honest i would suggest booking a free appointment with an independent mortgage adviser. Most estate agents like us have one based in branch. pop in and see one. I would also recommend the possibility of the governments help to buy scheme. they are able to help witht he deposit on certain properties and you may only need a 5% deposit. if you go the more traditional route as with most cases the better the deposit the better the rate. Good luck with your next purchase!

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  • Jacks & Jones
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    Hi Tanya, Sounds like a big choices for you and exciting ones! - To be honest i would suggest booking a free appointment with an independent mortgage adviser. Most estate agents like us have one based in branch. pop in and see one. I would also recommend the possibility of the governments help to buy scheme. they are able to help witht he deposit on certain properties and you may only need a 5% deposit. if you go the more traditional route as with most cases the better the deposit the better the rate. Good luck with your next purchase!

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