Best 100% LTV First-time Buyer Mortgages

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What are the best 100% LTV first-time buyer mortgages?

A 100% LTV (or Loan To Value) first-time buyer mortgage is one where you do not put down any deposit toward the purchase of your property - with the mortgage lender lending all (100%) of the cost of your new home. While these are a good idea for first-time buyers who for whatever reason have not built up a suitable deposit it is usually the case that these will attract higher interest rates than other mortgages.

How our best 100% LTV first-time buyer mortgage comparison works

Using our comparison table is easy and will enable you to find the best 100% LTV mortgage available. At the top of our charts come those providers who you can contact directly from our site – These are clearly marked with by the ‘Go To Provider’s Site’ button. Beneath these are the deals form the rest of the marketplace – here you can speak to a mortgage advisor who can help you with your application or more info. Both types of deal are listed in interest rate order. To reorder the whole table into rate order, just untick the box at the top of the search table.

How to choose the best 100% LTV first-time buyer mortgage deal for you

Choosing the best 100% LTV first-time buyer mortgage depends on a number of factors – not least of which is finding a deal which suits your needs. Likely you’ll have to choose whether you would prefer the set repayments of a fixed rate deal or if you feel more comfortable with a variable rate deal. Watch out for any additional benefits – such as free legal fees or cashback – being offered by the mortgage provider.

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