Another deal placed by the specialists in large mortgage loans
We have just arranged a ‘near prime’ £1.6m mortgage at Bank of England bank rate plus 3.25%¹ – a pay rate of just 3.75% (APR 4.3%²) – for a young entrepreneur with plenty of equity but a slightly blemished credit record.
Our 28 year-old client has run his business as a sole trader for 8 years, before converting it into a limited company last year. His earnings are around £400,000 per annum. He wanted to buy a New Build property for £2.68 million, borrowing £1.608 million (4 times his annual income) at a loan to value (LTV) ratio of 60%. However, in 2007 he had a dispute with a hotel over a bill, which resulted in a County Court Judgement (CCJ). Although the client satisfied the CCJ in November 2007, it still shows up on a credit check in 2011.
Two mortgage brokers who tried to place his case with high street banks managed to get a total of 6 separate agreements in principle, only to have the banks’ underwriters turn the case down on every occasion because of the CCJ. The 6 credit checks involved in these applications further damaged his credit rating.
The client’s broker referred him to largemortgageloans.com, which has close links with the private banks who look at each case on its merits. The bank in question was impressed by our client’s accounts and tax returns, the stability of his earned income as a sole trader and limited company and the amount of equity (£1.072 million) he was prepared to invest. Our expert mortgage consultant negotiated a bespoke offer of Bank of England Bank Rate + 3.25%¹ on an interest only basis over a 5 year term, with no early repayment charges.
|Loan amount:||£1.608 million (60% LTV on £2.68 million purchase price)|
|Rate:||Bank of England Bank Rate + 3.25%¹ tracker (pay rate of 3.75%)|
|APR:||4.3%² (the overall cost for comparison)|
|Arrangement fee:||1% of the loan amount|
|Early repayment charges:||None|
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¹ Please note that this deal may not be available to – or suitable for – all customers, dependent upon their individual circumstances. The rate quoted may become out of date at short notice and may not be available at the point at which customers enquire about it. This letter may not contain all the information needed for customers to make a decision and they should seek advice.
² APR (the overall cost for comparison) calculation based on arrangement fees of £16,000 and legal and valuation fees of £5,000. The actual rate available will depend upon your circumstances. Ask for a personalised illustration.
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