Most lenders cap the amount you can borrow at just under five times your yearly wage. For you, this is x .
Depending on a few personal circumstances, you could get a mortgage between x and x.
As long as you’ve got a 10% deposit, a clear credit history and no large debts or expenses, you should have no problem getting a mortgage of up to x.
Borrowing x over x years could mean a monthly repayment of x - x
Banks and building societies mostly use your income to decide how much they can lend you for a mortgage. For this reason, our calculator uses your income too. Things like your deposit and credit rating will also be factors, so remember, our calculation is only a rough idea of what you could borrow. Read our guide to eligibility
Use our repayments calculator to see how much your monthly mortgage repayment could be.
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