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Mortgages Based on Property Types

Mortgages can also be tailored to different types of properties, such as timber-framed property, steel-framed property, property needing renovation, and different construction materials.

In addition, specialized mortgages exist for properties with certain restrictions or conditions, such as those under a Section 106 agreement, which often serve a social housing purpose or include affordability clauses.

Similarly, properties deemed uninhabitable due to disrepair or construction issues may also have bespoke mortgage products.

These mortgages consider these properties’ unique challenges and potentials, offering tailored solutions to enable purchase and renovation, often accompanied by specific eligibility criteria and lending terms designed to reflect the inherent risks and future value post-renovation.

Do construction materials affect mortgage approval?

Yes, the construction materials used in a property can affect mortgage approval. Non-standard construction materials can sometimes make it harder to secure a mortgage.

Can you get a mortgage for a property that needs renovation?

Yes, some lenders offer special renovation mortgages for properties needing significant improvements. These are often released in stages as the work progresses.

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