In this seventh episode of series 8 of our podcast ‘how to finance your home’, Phil Spencer is joined by Tom Atley, Mortgage Adviser at online mortgage broker Trussle. Together, they’ll be diving deeper into the topic of how to get a low deposit mortgage.
How can levels of deposit influence lenders’ decisions? And what are things you could do to improve your chances? Listen to this podcast and find out how you could get a mortgage when having a low deposit.
What’s discussed in this episode?
Listen in to find out:
- How you could get a mortgage with a low deposit
- The latest government schemes supporting lower deposits
- The impact on interest rates if you have a lower deposit
- Tips for parents – the ‘bank of Mum and Dad’
- How you could increase your affordability
- Shared ownership schemes
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We want to thank the sponsor of our show
We are delighted to be working with trussle.com, they are FCA regulated mortgage advisors.
Trussle were the first online mortgage broker and they have indeed been voted the best mortgage broker!
They are a hassle-free, fee-free way of getting a mortgage and they are the only broker with a 5-day speed promise.
Always remember: your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. Terms and conditions apply to the mortgage decision promise.
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Last Updated: June 29th, 2022