Calculate your chance of getting a Right to Buy mortgage
If you’re buying your council house or flat through the government’s Right to Buy scheme, you’ll still need to take out a mortgage, unless you’re in a position to make a cash purchase. People utilising the Right to Buy scheme have access to the same mortgages as regular homebuyers. This means they have to fulfil lenders’ standard affordability criteria, which take account of income, deposit size, credit history, and other factors.
Our Right to Buy Mortgage calculator will give you an idea of how much a mortgage for your property will cost. Start by selecting the number of applicants, and once you’ve completed the form, we will give you a price estimate for your Right to Buy mortgage.