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Shared Ownership in Cardiff

Shared Ownership is a government-led Help to Buy scheme that was introduced to support struggling applicants who cannot afford a full mortgage. The scheme enables you to own a percentage of a mortgage (10%-75) and then pay off the remaining percentage back through rent.

 

You will pay this rent to the Housing Association/Builder that owns the other percentage of the property. The Shared Ownership scheme can sometimes get complicated, therefore, it may be beneficial to speak with a Shared Ownership Mortgage Advisor in Cardiff. You can easily book a free mortgage appointment through our website by clicking on our ‘Book Now’ button.

Scheme Requirements

Before you can access the scheme, we need to check whether you qualify. If you do not fit the criteria for this scheme, we would recommend that you explore other government schemes that are available. First of all, we would recommend the Help to Buy the Equity Loan scheme which is a great solution for First Time Buyers in Cardiff. Below are the Shared Ownership scheme requirements:

 

– You need to be at least 18 years old
– Your annual household income needs to be at least £80,000
– You should not be able to afford a property on the open market
– You should not be in mortgage or rent arrears
– You need to provide evidence of good credit history to pass the credit checks and affordability assessments

 

Please watch the video below to find out more information about the Shared Ownership scheme.

 

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Popular Shared Ownership Scenarios in Cardiff

There are lots of different ways that your Shared Ownership mortgage could go. Assuming that you’ve passed the lender’s criteria and you’re ready to submit your application, you will need to choose the percentage amount that is owed. Your rent payments will increase or decrease depending on how little or much you own.

 

Further down the line, you may be able to increase the percentage that you own. We usually find that customers do this upon additional income coming into the household.

Do I need a deposit?

Yes, you need a deposit for a Shared Ownership mortgage. In most scenarios, you will need a deposit for any type of mortgage.

 

The deposit amount that you will have to put down will vary depending on the percentage that you own. For example, if your property is valued at £300,000 and you own a 50% mortgage share, you will need to put down a deposit on £7,500 of the property.

Are there any other fees that come with Shared Ownership?

Similar to all mortgage types, when it comes to Shared Ownership you will have to account for lots of different costs. Of course, you have to consider your monthly repayments, both rent and mortgage payments. On top of this, you will also have to factor in property survey costs, arrangement fees and legal fees.

 

One of our Mortgage Advisors in Cardiff will be more than happy to break down these costs for you.

Can you take out a Shared Ownership mortgage on any property?

Unfortunately, only a number of selected properties are available via the Shared Ownership scheme. The property has to either be a new build, a property that is already under shared ownership and is being resold or a property that meets specialist needs like a ground floor flat for someone with a long-term disability.

 

If you are looking for Shared Ownership Mortgage Advice in Cardiff, feel free to get in touch with our team. You can book your own mortgage appointment online for free! Follow our ‘Get Started’ process and choose a convenient date and time.

Why Choose us for Shared Ownership Mortgage Advice in Cardiff?

Mortgage Experts – Shared Ownership in Cardiff

As an experienced Mortgage Broker in Cardiff, we are able to help clients in all different kinds of mortgage scenarios. We are also able to assist those looking to utilise the Helpt o Buy Shared Ownership scheme.

 

We have helped many applicants successfully complete their mortgage journey through Shared Ownership. Firstly, we will take a look at whether you qualify for the scheme, then if you get the green light, we can look at preparing your application.

Customer Service

Check out our fantastic customer reviews to see what others have thought of their experience. You may come across someone who has been in a similar situation to you.

 

Customer service is at the heart of our company, we want you to receive the best experience from start to finish. Our Mortgage Advisors in Cardiff will make sure that you feel comfortable and secure at all times.

Book Online – Simple & Easy

Book your own appointment, it’s simple and easy to do! We have availability 7 days a week and appointments early in the morning or late evening.

 

Simply follow our ‘Get Started’ process to choose the date and time best for you.

1000’s of Deals

We have 1000s of mortgage deals available on panel, featuring both high street and specialist deals. It is our job to pick out the perfect product for you that matches your personal and financial situation.

 

Our Mortgage Advisors in Cardiff know exactly what they are looking for, they have over 20 years of experience in the sector!

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Common mortgage
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Your free initial mortgage consultation will last around 30-60 minutes. During your consultation, you will get to speak with your dedicated Mortgage Advisor in Cardiff. Their job will be to get a better understanding of your mortgage needs and situation so that they can search for the perfect mortgage deal for your personal and financial situation.

Typically, most High Street Lenders will require a 5% deposit from you. However, depending on your credit history, your lender may ask for 10%-15%.

It can still be possible to get a mortgage, even with bad credit problems in the past. Even though it may be a little harder, it isn’t impossible!

You may have to put down a higher deposit if you have bad credit, this could be 10%-15%.

Your first job is to carry out our mortgage Fact Find so that we can get an idea of your mortgage needs and what sort of deals you want to be looking for.

Afterwards, we will book you in with a Mortgage Advisor in Cardiff who will get a couple more pieces of information from you.

Then we can arrrange an Agreement in Principle for you within 24-hours to increase the chances of the seller accepting your offer.

If you’ve found yoru dream home, and are happy with our mortgage recommendation, we can start the mortgage application process! A formal mortgage offer can take longer than 3 weeks, during which, we will keep you informed with the progress of your application.

As a Mortgage Broker in Cardiff, we recommend that our applicants obtain an Agreement in Principle (AIP) as soon as possible. Having an AIP whilst you’re viewing properties can increase your chances of being accepted by the seller. It may also allow an opportunity for price negotiation.

Once you have an Agreement in Principle (AIP) in place, it should last between 30-90 days. If your AIP expires, you can easily renew it by getting back in touch with your Mortgage Advisor in Cardiff.

First of all, your free mortgage consultation should last around 30-60 minutes. Once this is complete, your Mortgage Advisor in Cardiff will obtain an Agreement in Principle for you within 24-hours. Then, if you are happy to proceed with the deal that your advisor has recommended, we can submit your mortgage application. A formal mortgage offer can take on average around 3 weeks to return.

During your mortgage application, you’ll be asked to provide evidencing documents:

– Latest 3 Payslips (Employed), Last 2 years’ Accounts (Self-Employed)
– Latest 3 Months’ Bank Statements
– Latest P60
– Photographic ID

During your mortgage application in Cardiff, if you’re Self-Employed, you’ll need to submit at least one year’s accounts. As a Mortgage Broker in Cardiff, we’ve found that most lenders use your salary plus dividend to calculate the maximum mortgage amount that you can borrow. Although, some lenders may choose to go off your net profit.

Depending on why you want to get a second mortgage, it may be easier to get one than not.

There are various reasons why someone may want a second mortgage, for example:

– Buy to Let
– Debt Consolidation
– Home Improvements
– Second Home
– Marital / Relationship Breakdown

We make it so easy!
Our 4 step process

Step 1

A telephone test call where we can take some initial details and find out about your plan of action.

Step 2

Enjoy finding a property!

Step 3

Make an offer on the property you set your heart on – we’ll finalise your figures and help you to get a good deal.

Step 4

Our Shared Ownership mortgage recommendation. We’ll try to find you the best mortgage deal. We’ll be there to support you, right through to you getting your keys.

A telephone call where we can take some initial details and find out about your plan of action.

Enjoy finding a property!

Make an offer on the property you set your heart on – we’ll finalise your figures and help you to get a good deal.

Our mortgage recommendation. We’ll try to find you the best mortgage deal. We’ll be there to support you, right through to you getting your keys.

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