Leeds Building Society mortgage calculators

Discover how the Leeds Building Society mortgage calculators can assist with your mortgage application.

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Leeds Building Society is the fifth largest building society in the United Kingdom. It offers mortgages for those looking to buy homes across the country.

Its website has a couple of useful calculators to help you work out how much you could borrow, and the monthly cost of doing so.

These calculators can be used by brokers or those considering a Leeds Building Society mortgage.

They were recently refined, with the aim of making them easier to use.

Below, we explain what you can learn from these mortgage calculators and how to use them.

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Borrowing Calculator

This calculator reveals how much you may be able to borrow for a Leeds Building Society mortgage.

You begin by selecting whether you’d like a residential or a buy-to-let mortgage. You’ll then be asked whether you’d like a Retirement Interest Only mortgage, what country in the UK you’ll be residing in, whether you’re applying jointly and whether all applicants are first-time buyers. Next, you’ll need to enter how many people will be living in the house.

Afterwards, you’ll enter the desired borrowing amount, mortgage term and the value of the property you want to buy.

In the next section of the calculator, you’ll enter details of all your income and where it comes from. Then, you’ll be asked to estimate your outgoings in several categories.

After that, you’ll see an estimate of how much Leeds Building Society may be able to help you. It offers a minimum and maximum borrowing range.

The actual amount you’ll be offered will be based on the results of your full application, where you’ll be asked for more detailed financial information, but this tool still provides a good ballpark figure.

Mortgage Repayment Calculator

With this tool, you’ll be able to calculate the monthly payments attached to your mortgage.

First, you’ll select whether you have a repayment mortgage, interest-only mortgage or mixture of both. Then, you’ll enter the details of this mortgage, including the loan amount, interest rate and mortgage term.

After that, your monthly payments will pop up onto the screen. This is based on interest being calculated on a daily basis and no fees being added to the mortgage.

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