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  • With a Loan to Value (LTV) that covers the entire purchase price of the property, 100% mortgages are ideal for people with no money for a deposit.
  • Most products at 100% are only available to customers with additional security from a guarantor.

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    100% LTV Mortgages FAQ

    A 100% Loan to Value (LTV) mortgage covers the entire purchase price of your new home. In other words, this means that you don't need to supply any deposit. 100% LTV mortgages are ideal for those with limited savings, but they're not always easy to access.

    What does LTV mean?

    Who can access 100% LTV mortgages?

    What is a guarantor?

    What are the benefits of 100% LTV mortgages?

    What are the risks of 100% LTV mortgages?

    Is my credit record important for 100% LTV mortgages?

    Can I get a 100% LTV buy to let mortgage?

    Are there low-deposit alternatives to 100% LTV mortgages?

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