If you’re a high net worth borrower (over 500k or more), the chances are your income is more complex than most. It might be made up of bonus payments, profit shares, expenses - or you may be self employed and looking for the most tax efficient way to run your business.

On paper, this can mean that you don’t meet the stringent criteria of high street banks and lenders required to get a mortgage, despite having no trouble making the repayments in practice.

At Limetree, we have a sound understanding of different acceptance criteria for high-value mortgages and are well connected to private banks and lenders who take a more flexible approach.

You can expect:

Discrete and personal service

  • "I’ve been successfully finding and securing high value mortgages for clients for the last 15 years. During that time, I’ve developed strong relationships with private banks and lenders and work closely with them to help them understand and accept our clients individual needs and circumstances.

    James Hammond
    01223 266140

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Still on the up: house prices rise fastest in the East of England

If you own a house in the East of England, the good news is it could be worth considerably more than it did one year ago. According to the latest figures published by the National Office of Statistics, annual growth in house prices in the region rose by 13.3% in the year to August 2016, outperforming the South East at 12.2% and London at 12.1%.

The  UK House Price Index showed that growth was strong across the country, with average house prices increasing by 8.4% compared to 8.0% in the year to July 2016. That means, across the UK, the average house will set you back £218,964.

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