How much can I borrow?

This calculator helps you work out how much mortgage you might be able to borrow based on your income.
Sometimes taking out a joint mortgage can increase the amount you can borrow, especially if you both have well-paid jobs. The calculator will provide you with an approximation of how much you’re likely to be able to borrow but please remember this amount will vary from lender to lender and will also depend on things like your monthly credit commitments. Most importantly you need to be comfortable with the payments, not just now but also in the long term.

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