While it usually makes sense to have both partners on a mortgage, there are times when it's best to leave one of them off.
No one wants to be denied when they apply for a mortgage, but how long should you wait before trying again?
Bankruptcy is often seen as a deal breaker when it comes to applying for a mortgage, but it doesn't have to be. Here's how.
We take a look at what lenders are looking for when they examine your loan application, and how you can make yourself look great in their eyes.
While every lender will have their own specific lending criteria, all banks and private lenders will look for a few of the same things. Here's what to prepare for when you apply for a home loan.
Work out your budget and expenses to help you understand how much you can afford to spend on property
It's difficult to get approved for a home loan if you have bad credit, but there are some steps you can take to improve your chances.
Most banks will not lend you the entire value of a property when you purchase a home. You're usually going to need a deposit of at least 5% of the purchase price, but there are caveats to how much deposit you'll actually need.