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Student Mortgages

Student Mortgages are mortgages that are taken out in the name of a student in full time higher or further education, either part-time or full time, at a college or university. Student mortgages are regular mortgages, in most cases residential, which – unless the student is deemed to be appropriate to take full financial responsibility for a mortgage by a lender – use a guarantor. In most cases the guarantor for a student mortgage is a parent, but does not have to be.

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An advantage of student mortgages is that a capital investment is made in a property while a student is living away from home, where the majority of individuals rent. As renting can be an expensive solution, and provides no capital growth, student mortgages can be both cost-effective and remove the hassle of renting, leaving the student to focus on their studies. Often students live in high concentrations in certain parts of towns and cities, especially while at university, so the time and effort expended in finding a rental property at the right price where demand is high can result in extra stress.

On the other hand, however, student mortgages can become complicated where fellow students live together, especially in cases of joint mortgages where financial responsibility is shared between two students. The right advice on student mortgages is then of high importance before applying.

At Capital Fortune, our specialist team have the expertise to advise you as to whether a student mortgage is the right option for your individual needs. We carry out a detailed fact find for our clients to help ascertain this information and decide whether a student mortgage solution would be right for you. If so, we can help you secure some of the lowest rates on the market through our approach, and make the application as easy as possible for you.

Call our mortgage broker team now on 020 77 100 400 or complete the Mortgage Enquiry Online. As part of our service, we will call you back.

We have been voted the Overall Adviser of the Year for the largest UK mortgage and protection network, two years in a row and have recently won a national industry award for Excellence in Treating Customers Fairly. A number of our clients watched us on BBC TV Newsnight and supported our shortlist nomination for Best Broker Prime and Best UK Mortgage Adviser at the prestigious Money Marketing Financial Services Awards and British Mortgage Awards respectively.

There are three stages to our award winning process:

1 Indicative Rate
Typically clients using the service, tell us they want to discuss their current situation and take us through any difficulties they may have. We can quickly give an indication as to the feasibility of what they are looking to do, undertake detailed research on the potential rates, confirm we can safely assist and importantly, express how we operate.
2 Approval in Principle
This stage involves completing a 45 minute Mortgage Fact Find questionnaire over the phone to fully assess needs and requirements. Once complete, we undertake research across a comprehensive panel of lenders to recommend the right mortgage. A detailed illustration is provided which we will take you through. If you are happy with the illustration we will then request documents from you to support the application. On receipt of the documents we will obtain formal approval in principle from the lender.
3 Full Application
We will process your full mortgage application and liaise directly with the lender on your behalf. We organise the valuation and deal with any issues that may arise during the mortgage application.

We still appreciate however, we are not right for everyone and typically we best assist clients

  • With non-standard/non-traditional requirements;
  • That are time pressed and need the most competitive and quick
  • results; or
  • That just need an independent guiding hand through the minefield of products to obtain them the most competitive deal and to assist them through all the complexities within the mortgage process.

We pride ourselves on delivering advice which is accurate, tailored to your situation and fully compliant with Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) guidelines and best practice.

For help and assistance, call us today on 0207 710 0400 to speak to one of our Mortgage Advisers.

Find out current best rates

Property Value
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Mortgage Amount
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Reason for Mortgage
Mortgage Type
Lender Initial Rate Type For Then APR* ERC* Fee
Clydesdale Bank Intermediary 2 Year Discount £1449 Fee CLY0.99%DiscountAug-20204.95%4.3%2 years £1449
Monmouthshire BS 2 Year Discount £1999 Fee Purchase BMO0.99%Discount2 years 4.99%4.4%2 years £2149
Progressive BS 2 Year Discount No Fee Purchase BPG0.99%Discount2 years 4.75%4.3%2 years £0
Leeds BS 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee BLH1.19%TrackerJun-20205.69%4.8%30-Jun-2020 £999
Nationwide BS RETENTION 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Existing Borrowers Cashback BNW1.19%Tracker2 years 3.99%3.6% £999
Nationwide BS 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee BNW1.19%Tracker2 years 3.99%3.5% £999
Nationwide BS FTB 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Cashback BNW1.19%Tracker2 years 3.99%3.6% £999
Nationwide BS RETENTION 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee Existing Borrowers BiR BNW1.19%Tracker2 years 3.99%4% £999
Barclays Bank 2 Year Tracker £1999 Fee Purchase No ERC BWO1.24%Tracker2 years 3.99%3.6% £1999
Platform Intermediary 2 Year Tracker £999 Fee CTS1.24%Tracker2 years 4.74%4.3%2 years £999
Mortgage product availability is subject to status and availability. Although great care is taken to ensure that product details are as accurate as possible no liability can be accepted for errors or omissions.
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate *ERC = Early Repayment Charge
*These figures are only illustrative. An assessment of your needs will be confirmed before a recommendation can be made. A Key Facts Illustration, which is personal to your circumstances, will be provided if a recommendation for a mortgage product is made.