Right to Buy Mortgages
Right to Buy
We’ve helped many people go through the Right To Buy process – we can help you too!
We specialise in helping customers with bad credit find the mortgage that’s right for them – as we know the lenders that are most likely to say ‘yes’ to their individual situation and secure the best rates. It’s very simple and we will be with you every step of the way to help.
- Up to a 70% discount available on the price of your home
- Your own deposit is not always required
- Raise additional funds for home improvements
Learn more about the right to buy scheme in our video below
How Right to Buy works
If you want to exercise your Right To Buy, the first thing you need to do is ask your landlord for a Right To Buy Application form (RTB1). You also need to look at the costs, so you have an idea of what you can afford – one of our advisors can help you.
Your landlord will use the RTB1 form to assess whether you are eligible for the scheme and what percentage discount you are entitled too. They will send you a RTB2 form informing you of their decision; if they decide you do not qualify they must explain why.
If you are accepted your landlord will send you a Section 125 notice within 8 weeks for a house or 12 weeks for a leasehold property. This sets out the property valuation, the discount you are entitled too and estimated maintenance costs for the first 5 years of ownership.
Complete your purchase! Once you are happy with your landlords terms and have arranged the money you are all set.
What should I do next?
- If you are ready to start the process, or have any questions, speak to an advisor
- If you’ve already got your S125, enquire online with us today
- We do all the hard work for you – we’ll find the right deal for you
- Our expert will keep you informed of progress, all the way to completion
- If you haven’t yet received your S125, you can find out how to apply to get yours here
Get your Right to Buy mortgage with Clever Mortgages and you could:
Find the deal that’s right for your individual situation
– we take simple details about your income and outgoings, and match it with the right lender and mortgage product
Get a mortgage, even if you’re self-employed
– every day we help self-employed customers to find the mortgage perfect for them
Have your benefits taken into account
– some of our lenders will consider benefits in the calculation of how much they can lend you
Get a mortgage with bad credit
– even if you’ve a CCJ, DMP, or IVA on your file, we can look for the lender most likely to accept your credit history
With Clever Mortgages you can expect:
- Specialists in Right to Buy mortgages
- A thorough search of the market, for the right deal for you
- A friendly service, where you’re always kept in the loop
It’s hassle-free and easier than you might think. Let’s get the ball rolling.
Why should I use a mortgage broker?
- You’re likely to only have to do one application – this will save you time, and more applications from being recorded on your credit file
- Some Right to Buy mortgages especially for people with bad credit are only available if you go through a mortgage broker
- Brokers can advise on what would improve your chances – e.g. finding a guarantor or opting for a joint mortgage
- They can take the hassle of application forms away – talking you through every step, and asking all the right questions
Specialists in bad credit
Every member of our team is trained in bad credit situations and know how to find the right solutions for customers – helping them get the mortgage that’ll get them back on track.
Over 100 lenders
The number and quality of lenders we work with means we have access to a diverse spectrum of best-rate deals. The lenders we use means we have all areas covered – even for those in particularly niche circumstances.
Not every case is the same
As each customer’s situation is unique, we take the time to understand your situation, and we carefully assess your goals and how we’ll make sure the mortgage we get helps you to achieve them.
Access To Exclusive Rates
The relationship we have with our lenders means we have access to products and deals that simply aren’t available to customers going direct. This is true particularly for those in adverse credit situations.
Offering the best support
We know that buying, moving house or remortgaging can be stressful, so we do our upmost to make the process as hassle-free as possible. We’re there for you at every step, always keeping you in the loop.
We’re proud of our long-standing 5 Star Rating on Trust Pilot, and love all the positive feedback we get from customers every day. We feel privileged to help people get a great deal with far less stress.
Understanding credit scores when you’ve been declined a mortgage
All lenders look at information on your credit report such as:
- Whether you’ve made late payments for bills and loans
- Any details of debt management plans you have taken out
- Other details, such as any financial connections with others you’ve had – for instance partners you’ve held joint accounts with
How long is information stored for on your credit file?
Six years is the amount of time a loan you take out will stay on your file, as will CCJs (County Court Judgments), bankruptcy, IVAs (Individual Voluntary Arrangements), and an administration order. Searches and some applications will only remain on your file for a year, but debt collection searches will stay on for two years. Addresses and associations with others can stay on your file indefinitely.
Credit scores are important – but whatever your situation, we might be able to help – just get in touch and let’s see how we could help.