Calculate Your Loan To Value Ratio
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Free Personalised Loan to Value calculation in two minutes on 0800 298 3000 (landline) or 0333 0031505 (mobile friendly) from our in house finance advisers. One of the most important factors whenever you are buying a new home, refinancing, remortgaging or looking into a second mortgage is knowing exactly what overall position you are in now and where you will be after the mortgage or home owner loan completes. A key component of this is knowing the loan to value on your existing house or flat, as this will strongly influence what mortgage or secured loan products are available to you. With a few simple clicks of your mouse or a short no obligation phone call, we can help. First Choice Finance can provide you with all of the necessary tools to keep you informed so you are ready to get your finance when you wish to go ahead. Our loan to value calculator is just one of these key tools. By using our calculator and learning your loan to value it can help you narrow down which mortgage products on the market are available to you. If you choose First Choice Finance to help you sort those finances, we will provide you with free quotations and there is absolutely no obligation to proceed.
Your loan to value, also more commonly known as your LTV is basically all about how much mortgage you have outstanding, or deposit you have ready in relation to what your property is worth. Click on the link to start using our >> loan to value calculator << to give you a better idea of what we are referring to. If you have already inputted some numbers into the LTV calculator you will have found out that loan to value is normally calculated out of a hundred, i.e. percentage. In the case of a remortgage this figure represents the percentage of the property that is mortgaged after the replacement mortgage has been taken out. The amount of percentage that is left over is the equity that you own in the property. If you are looking for a first time buyer mortgage, the percentage that the loan to value calculator would output for you is at what LTV you need to borrow from a mortgage lender to purchase a property. The loan to value is important to both you and the lender as it tells the lenders how much of the house or flat they have a charge over, and it tells our customers how much equity they have. If you would like one of our advisers to calculate your LTV for you, give us a call on the above number, you will also be able to see what mortgages and rates are available to you at that level of LTV
In this day and age we have calculators that can do all of our difficult sums for us. Our loan to value calculator can be found on the calculators tab at the top of the page along with some other calculators. They can be useful in saving time and money and it is always a good idea to be proactive and use them. Still sometimes it helps to have an idea of what mathematics those calculators are doing so you know how the answer is achieved and you can gain a better understanding of the numbers that pop out at the end.
The formula for calculating your existing loan to value is as follows:
That is the fancy equation, quite straightforward but what does it actually mean? All it illustrates is that you divide the mortgage balance or total of your mortgage and secured loan in the case of taking out a second charge by your property value. Then to get a percentage figure you simply times by 100. You may just want to know what your current LTV is right now, before you take any new finance out or you may be interested in seeing what your LTV would be after you raise some money for home improvements or take out a debt consolidation mortgage. Therefore Loan to Values are always either existing or proposed and in many instances most of us will try different proposed LTV`s to get the right balance of best rate or product versus raising the most money.
Here are a few examples to give you a clearer idea of what loan to value calculations are:
Existing homeowner current ltv
Property value= £200,000
Current mortgage= £150,000
Purchase price= £400,000
Deposit from sale of property= £300,000
Mortgage required= £100,000
First time buyer
Purchase price= £100,000
Deposit saved= £10,000
Mortgage required= £90,000
These examples can give you an idea of how the loan to values play out, to get your exact value for your circumstance give us a call or enquire on line through our one minute form.
Once you have used our loan to value calculator and have established your exact LTV percentage this number becomes an integral factor when you are looking to refinance. Whether you are looking for a remortgage, a purchase mortgage, you want to take out an any purpose loan via a second charge or you just want to release some equity from your property to either improve it or refinance your credit through a refinance remortgage, your loan to value is an essential consideration for both you and the lender looking to lend you the money.
This is because the higher your LTV you are borrowing more money against your security and they have less security as a result. This greater risk is reflected in the higher rates you may face if you have a higher loan to value. That being said there are plenty of lending plans that we have access to which creates competition for your business which then helps drive the rates back down again. So even if you have a high ltv, you may be surprised at just how good the mortgage rates could be. The best products available on the market are generally dedicated to those with low loan to value`s but that doesn`t mean that with the help of First Choice you cannot secure great deals for 90% purchase mortgages or even 95% first time buyer mortgages (95% mortgage using the new home schemes). Keep up to date with your LTV using our loan to value calculator so that you can get the best deals for your circumstance. Banks and multiple lenders are constantly developing new products and deals for the mortgage and remortgage market, if you fill in our online short enquiry form or give us a call on 0800 298 3000 from a landline, 0333 0031505 from a mobile.First Choice Finance can contact you with plenty of deals available to you in the current market. If they aren`t what you are looking for at this time, then maybe a second mortgage or homeowner secured loan is the answer, otherwise we can even keep you informed of any new products in the market that might be better suited to you.
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