answered 5 years ago
There is no theoretical limit, but there are hard practical limits around your ability to service the debt, and put down sufficient deposits.
Dr Carter (as usual) gives excellent advice, which I'll generalise as 'don't lie to lenders' - the worst that will happen if you tell the truth is that they will refuse to lend you any money. If you lie (or omit something which is material, and which they could reasonably ask) you could be treated as having committed mortgage fraud, and then you'd have to become a senior member of the previous labour Government.
Uh, no, sorry, I meant to say face charges for fraud, which could carry a custodial sentence, UNLESS you are a senior member of the previous labour Government.