How much would myself and my husband need to earn in total per annum to achieve a £25,0000 mortgage? How much deposit would be required to?

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I mean £250,000. | 04.07.12 @ 17:29
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What would be the best way of turning an apartment that's interest only £137,000 no equity into an investment or to get rid to exchange to buy a house of around £250,000 with building company so we don't have disturb our tenant with estate agents. What joint earnings would we need plus savings? | 04.07.12 @ 17:38
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Answered by Graham Cooper, IFA in Brighton, EAST_SUSSEX
Hi

There is no simple answer to your question as it will depend on a number of aspects, namely;
1. Your current Employment status
2. The Proposed Purchase Price
3. Your current ages
4. Your current liabilities
5. Your budget for this new mortgage
6. The Term of the mortgage you require
7. Your Credit History
8. The level of deposit you have

To name just a few, if you want to discuss please contact me - 01273390951 or info@grangefinancial.co.uk

Regards - Graham Cooper
Grange Financial Services
| 04.07.12 @ 18:36
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Answered by zafar imran
Ms. Shirley,
How much income depends on a lot of factors. so there isn't any hard & fast rule for the same. I can work with you to get the best deal available in the market. Can you kindly call me- Zafar Imran on 07545321393 or syed@financialoutlook.co to discuss the matterr further. Regards | 04.09.12 @ 11:27
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