This tool will help you estimate how much you can afford to borrow to buy a home. We’ll work it out by looking at your income and your expeniture. Use the tool as a guide as we will obtain basic information from you, this will enable us to review your case on an individual basis and establish your maximum borrowing requirements.
Please take advantage of the Nationwide Building Societies and Lloyds Banking Groups house price calculator. The tools provide a guide to current property values. The calculators provides a guide to current property values. As a brokerage to establish the value of your property we will assess recent sold properties to ensure this is accurate when placing your application. This is especially important when you are remortgaging as the value of the property will effect the loan to value.
This calculator can be used for residential property or non-residential property.
The calculator works out the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) you'll have to pay for residential purchases (including lease premium) using new rules effective from 4 December 2014. It also shows how much SDLT is due under the previous rules and for non-residential purchases.
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You can't enter a value for both the 'Residential' and 'Non-residential' property purchase price, so please enter a zero in the one that doesn't apply to you.
Summit Financial Solutions
4 Ockendon Road
You can make an appointment for a no-obligation consultation, please call the office:
01708 220 621 or 01708 553 111
Or use our online contact form under the "CONTACT US" tab.
Summit Financial Solutions is a trading name of Summit Financial Solutions (UK) Ltd.
Registered Office: 20 Lingfield Avenue, Upminster, Essex, RM14 2PE. Registered Company Number: 9336934 Registered in England & Wales
Summit Financial Solutions is an Appointed Representative of New Leaf Distribution Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Typically we do not charge a fee for arranging a mortgage, however the actual fee will be dependent on your circumstances and will not exceed 1% of the mortgage amount.