Updated: December 16, 2021
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When you apply for a mortgage, the type of property you’re buying will be one of the main factors that the lender takes on board. It might even be the case that you need a specialist type of mortgage, if the type of property you’re after is unique, unusual or very specific.
Read through our articles below to find out more about the type of mortgage you’ll need for your property and what you can do to boost your chances of qualifying for it.
Looking for a mortgage to buy an apartment? See our guide for mortgage information about the kind of finance you’ll need for this property type.
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Barn Conversion Mortgages
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Concrete Property Mortgages
How to get a mortgage on a property made of concrete, including what to look out for, how to get the best rates and more.
Buying a Repossessed Property
Everything you need to know about getting a mortgage to buy a property that was previously repossessed and where to turn for advice on this.
Buying a House With Subsidence
Find out what you need to know if you’re getting a mortgage to buy a property with subsidence and how to avoid the potential pitfalls.
What you need to know if you want a mortgage to buy a bungalow, including eligibility criteria, how to get the best interest rate and more.
Buying a Property Off-Plan
A complete guide to getting a mortgage to buy an off-plan property, including things to look out for, how to get the best rates and much more.
A guide to mortgages for eco-friendly properties, covering what makes a property eco-friendly, what this status means for your mortgage prospects and much more.
Buying Property From Family
Find out what your mortgage options are if you’re buying a property from a family member and where to get expert advice on this.