How much can I borrow?


• Your income, outgoings and any expected changes to these.

• Your credit history.

• Whether you’re able or prepared to make changes to your lifestyle that may reduce your other outgoings.

• How much deposit you can afford. You will need to find out how much you can borrow before making an offer on a property. Some lenders will work out how much they’ll lend you before you find a property – This is called a Decision In Principle. (DIP). This will help you know the maximum offer you can make on a property and will also speed up the mortgage process.  Lenders usually base their calculations on your guaranteed earnings such  as basic pay, but most will also consider some or all of any regular overtime or bonuses. They’ll usually want to see proof of your income.

Please call us now for an accurate figure on the amount that you'd be able to borrow, subject to credit checks and lender's underwriting.


If you have existing debts, it may be possible for you to add these to your mortgage rather than continue with your existing repayment arrangements. This is not suitable for everyone and we will give you careful advice through our FREE consultation.  When you add loans to your mortgage, it is important that  you understand the risks:

• Adding short-term loans to your mortgage means you will repay them over a longer term. This is because unsecured loans are generally paid back over a shorter term than mortgage loans. So, while the interest rate on your mortgage may be lower than you currently pay on your loans, by adding them to your mortgage you’re likely to pay more overall. Therefore it may not be appropriate to consolidate small or short-term debts.

• Your existing debts might not be secured on your property. By adding them to your mortgage they become secured on your property.

If you’re having difficulty paying your loans, it’s worth speaking to your creditors to see if you can negotiate better terms before considering adding them to your



If you need to borrow more money in the future it may be possible to do this by way of a further advance. We can give you more advice through our FREE consultation & will have more information on this if you prefer over the phone or a home visit.

By submitting your details you understand we may hold your details on our database and any personal information will be treated as confidential by us and held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

We DO NOT pass your details on to any other companies/third parties.


King Mortgages

2 Lakeside, Ham Hill,

Kent.  ME6 5LD
Mobile:  07766 463312

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There may be a fee for arranging your mortgage and the precise amount will depend on your circumstances.  
We will always do our very best to make the whole process as speedy as possible.
Please call us now on: 07766-463312 or email:
We will get back to you within 24 hours.

Think carefully about securing other debts against your home.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any debt secured upon it.

King Mortgages Ltd is regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority.  FCA Number 803561

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