Before, you consider buying a mortgage, you need to have a number of things in place: a willing seller (vendor), a willing buyer (purchaser), an agreed price and a set of two solicitors representing each of the party involved in the sale. Assuming all those are in place, how long should things take? The conveyancing which is the legal term for a property transaction, should take between 6-8 weeks. The reality is that with so many forms and bits of paper involved; delays almost become an inevitable part of the process. The Government has proposed to reform the conveyancing law so that this should eventually lead to less paper and more 'button pushing'. The process of buying an overseas mortgage can be explained better by overseas mortgage advisors.

Roughly you go through 6 key stages, such as:

1. You Search first

2. Check up all documents

3. The various mortgage offers open to you

4. Completion of contract

5. Exchange your contracts

6. Completion

Always keep an eye out for re-mortgage arrangement fees while you are shopping for remortgage around for a new home loan. These fees are often applied to your new loan to pay for legal fees and valuation of your current property. However, with the competition for re-mortgage business so fierce these days, you are bound to come across a few places that will waive these arrangement fees and pick up the tab for you.

You can choose to buy your home by paying the full purchase price with discounts depending on how many years you have spent as a public sector tenant. The discount also depends on the maximum discount limit for the area in which you reside. 

In case of houses the discount after two years is 32% with additional 1% for every year after 2 years up to a maximum of 60%. With flats the discount after two years is 44% with an additional 2% for every year up to a maximum of 70%.

Existing credit/income challenges are not a problem. Your Overseas mortgage advisors will help you combat all financial odds and raise above your credit challenges. 

Whatever you are facing:

•    Bad/No credit?

•    CCJ’s?

•    Mortgage arrears?

•    Self employed and no pay slips?

You’ll find solutions from Overseas mortgage experts advice and get the right quote for your needs. 

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