Mortgages For Bankrupts

If you have gone through bankruptcy in the past and now require a mortgage then our experts can help. We can quickly search the whole market to find and display all the mortgage lenders who offer mortgage to people who been made bankrupt. Our mortgage advice and help in finding you the right mortgage is free.

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Direct 2 Year Discount £995 Fee Product Transfer

Initial Rate
1.23%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
Jun-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.83

APR
4.2%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £1499 Fee

Initial Rate
1.23%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£466.78

APR
4.1%

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Direct 2 Year Discount £995 Fee

Initial Rate
1.23%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.83

APR
4.3%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Existing Borrowers

Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£465.48

APR
3.4%

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Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Jun-2019

Monthly Payment
£465.02

APR
3.4%

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Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£465.48

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £749 Fee C/A Premier/Advance Standard

Initial Rate
1.24%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Jun-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.05

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1495 Fee

Initial Rate
1.26%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.43

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1695 Fee

Initial Rate
1.27%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£469.77

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.28%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£467.60

APR
3.5%

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Intermediary 2 Year Tracker £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.29%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.29

APR
3.5%

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Direct 2 Year Tracker £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.29%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£464.41

APR
3.5%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1499 Fee Existing Borrower

Initial Rate
1.29%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.12

APR
4.3%

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2 Year Discount £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.3%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£468.80

APR
4.9%

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2 Year Discount £999 Fee (Scottish)

Initial Rate
1.3%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£468.80

APR
4.9%

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Direct / Semi Exclusive 2 Year Fixed £800 Fee

Initial Rate
1.31%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.50

APR
5.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1495 Fee

Initial Rate
1.32%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£471.90

APR
3.9%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Existing Borrower

Initial Rate
1.33%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Mar-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.38

APR
3.8%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £499 Fee Product Transfer <£500k

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£468.99

APR
4.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1499 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£472.32

APR
4%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Intermediary 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4.1%

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2 Year Tracker £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee <£500k

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1450 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£467.03

APR
3.4%

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FTB 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Existing Borrower C/A

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Existing Borrowers C/A

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.4%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Switcher

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.3%

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Direct 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Switcher

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Tracker

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.3%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
May-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4%

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2 Year Fixed £999 Fee (Scottish)

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
May-2019

Monthly Payment
£470.95

APR
4%

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FTB 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.34%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£471.03

APR
3.5%

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2 Year Fixed £1395 Fee

Initial Rate
1.35%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.14

APR
4.8%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee

Initial Rate
1.37%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£472.61

APR
4.8%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.38%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.18

APR
4.1%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.86

APR
3.5%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £499 Fee Product Transfer <£500k

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£471.77

APR
4.2%

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Direct / Semi Exclusive 2 Year Discount £1000 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Discount

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£472.76

APR
4.6%

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Direct / Semi Exclusive 2 Year Fixed £1250 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Feb-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.75

APR
4.6%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £999 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Mar-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.74

APR
3.5%

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Flexx For Term £999 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Variable

Duration
Term

Monthly Payment
£473.74

APR
1.5%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1695 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£476.49

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1475 Fee

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
2 years

Monthly Payment
£475.62

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £1695 Fee Remortgage

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£476.49

APR
4.2%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.39%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£473.86

APR
3.5%

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2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.4%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
May-2019

Monthly Payment
£474.31

APR
4.3%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.41%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£474.96

APR
3.5%

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Direct 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.41%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£474.96

APR
3.5%

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Intermediary 2 Year Fixed £995 Fee Purchase

Initial Rate
1.41%

Mortgage Type
Fixed

Duration
Apr-2019

Monthly Payment
£474.96

APR
3.5%

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Mortgages For Bankrupts: Are any available?

Mortgages for bankrupts and poor credit

Mortgages for bankrupts and poor credit

If you have had a bankruptcy or IVA against your name in the recent past, it can be hard to get any kind of mortgage. Bankruptcy orders are not just something that affect your day-to-day life, but also affect your future. Credit reference agencies keep your information on file for 6 years, and this can mean that you are refused by banks and high street lenders no matter how much money you are now earning. This is due to them interpreting your bankruptcy as a risk factor. In most cases, bankrupt applicants will be turned down without any other assessment of their ability to pay back the mortgage.

Are there any places that offer mortgages for bankrupts?

Getting a mortgage with an IVA

Getting a mortgage with an IVA

Although most banks and building societies will turn their backs on the bankrupt, there are specialist lenders who are able to offer deals to those who have suffered bankruptcy or IVAs. In order to meet the requirements for these loans, you must have discharged the bankruptcy notice against you, or the IVA must have expired. The current laws mean that bankrupts are now discharged after one year, allowing people who have suffered this ruling to get back on their feet.

IVA agreements will also prevent people from being accepted as borrowers for a loan. The IVA is a agreement between the debtors and their creditors that they will repay the debt in a number of years. Those who have had the IVA are generally classed in the same boat with bankrupts, even though they have never been declared bankrupt and have not suffered the same legal and financial penalties. It is only by being refused loans and mortgages that IVA parties will discover that their problems don’t end with the final payments as agreed under the IVA.

Can my bankruptcy reasons affect my mortgage?

There are a number of reasons why someone might become bankruptcy. The most common is still, sadly, being self-employed. If this is the reason, then your current employment might allow the bank or specialist lender to overlook your ruling. However, there are also other reasons why the ruling might have been made, including a acrimonious divorce, illness, or a sudden tax demand. These can all be less harmful to your chances of getting a mortgage. On the other hand, if the records show that you had a series of debts which you did not attempt to pay, then you may find that you struggle to get a lender to agree to your mortgage.

Where can I get a mortgage for bankrupts?

If you need to get a mortgage after you have been declared bankrupt, then you need to focus upon three sources of loans. There are people known as introducers, who will research your background, and then point you in the direction of a lender who can help you. Brokers are similar to introducers, but tend to have more specialist backgrounds and can also offer you help and advice in getting the loan you need. Lenders are, of course, the people who offer you the mortgage. It can be a good idea sometimes to ask the lender for a loan directly, particularly if you have been rebuilding your credit history through their services. However, you should also be aware that you may need to talk to a specialist such as a broker in order to find a lender who is willing to offer you a mortgage with your bankruptcy history.

You may also find that you need to speak to lenders beyond the standard banker or society. You may be able to speak to lending societies in your area, or even charities who offer money to people trying to get back on their feet.

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