Self-Build Mortgages

Despite the recession, an estimated 14,000 people completed a self-build home in 2013 (a third of all new build detached properties) and almost 7,000 people bought a self-build plot. As a result of this growth, the availability of self-build mortgages is rising. 'Build It' magazine suggests that 65% of self-builders will take out a mortgage to finance their project. Self-build mortgages need to be tailored because the money is released in stages rather than as a single amount. The stages for finances being released depend on the construction type and whether it is a new building or a renovation.

If you can afford to buy a house, it’s likely a lender will agree a self-build mortgage. The amount you can afford on your new home will be restricted by the amount of money you can borrow. There are more than 40 lenders offering mortgage products for self-build projects.

We've all dreamed of our perfect home, let us help you make it happen. Find out how to get a self-build mortgage. Give us a call today.

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