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This comparison includes all mortgages with a maximum LTV of 90% or more.
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HSBC 2 Year 1.95% Discount Special
0800 077 4270
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
1.99% variable
for 24 months
Choice Of Payment Date
no
Subsequent Rate
3.94%
Overall Cost for Comparison
3.8% APR
Chelsea Building Society 2 Year 2.59% Fixed Branch Only
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.59% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
5.45%
Overall Cost for Comparison
5.1% APR
Available in branch only.
The Co-operative Bank 2 Year 2.64% Fixed
0344 844 8442
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.64% fixed
until 30 Jun 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.74%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.6% APR
The Co-operative Bank 2 Year 2.64% Fixed + Cashback
0344 844 8442
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.64% fixed
until 30 Jun 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.74%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.6% APR
Available for existing customers only. Such mortgages might not be listed on the lender's website.
Yorkshire BS Flexi 2 Year 2.64% Fixed Branch
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.64% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.99%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.7% APR
Available in branch only.
Chelsea Building Society Flexi 2 Year 2.89% Fixed Offset Branch
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.89% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
5.45%
Overall Cost for Comparison
5.1% APR
Available in branch only.
The Co-operative Bank 2 Year 2.89% Fixed
0344 844 8442
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.89% fixed
until 30 Jun 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.74%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.6% APR
The Co-operative Bank 2 Year 2.89% Fixed + Cashback
0344 844 8442
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.89% fixed
until 30 Jun 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.74%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.6% APR
Available for existing customers only. Such mortgages might not be listed on the lender's website.
Yorkshire BS Flexi 2 Year 2.94% Fixed Offset Branch
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.94% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.99%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.8% APR
Available in branch only.
Post Office 2 Year 2.95% Fixed
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
2.95% fixed
until 30 Jun 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.49%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.3% APR
The Co-operative Bank 3 Year 3.19% Fixed + Cashback
0344 844 8442
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.19% fixed
until 30 Jun 2018
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.74%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.6% APR
Available for existing customers only. Such mortgages might not be listed on the lender's website.
The Co-operative Bank 3 Year 3.19% Fixed
0344 844 8442
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.19% fixed
until 30 Jun 2018
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.74%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.6% APR
Chelsea Building Society 2 Year 3.24% Fixed
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.24% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
5.45%
Overall Cost for Comparison
5.2% APR
Chelsea Building Society 3 Year 3.24% Fixed Branch Only
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.24% fixed
until 31 Jul 2018
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
5.45%
Overall Cost for Comparison
5.0% APR
Available in branch only.
Yorkshire BS Flexi 2 Year 3.24% Fixed
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.24% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
4.99%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.8% APR
Chelsea Building Society 2 Year 3.29% Fixed Remortgage Branch Only
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.29% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
5.45%
Overall Cost for Comparison
5.2% APR
Available for remortgage and in branch only.
Chelsea Building Society 2 Year 3.29% Fixed + Cashback Branch Only
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.29% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
5.45%
Overall Cost for Comparison
5.2% APR
Available in branch only.
First Direct 2 Year 3.29% Fixed
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.29% fixed
for 24 months
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
3.69%
Overall Cost for Comparison
3.6% APR
Available for existing borrowers switching deals only. Such mortgages might not be listed on the lender's website.
First Direct 2 Year 3.29% Fixed
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.29% fixed
for 24 months
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
3.69%
Overall Cost for Comparison
3.7% APR
HSBC 2 Year 3.29% Fixed
0800 077 4270
Maximum LTV
90%
Initial Rate
3.29% fixed
until 31 Jul 2017
Choice Of Payment Date
yes
Subsequent Rate
3.94%
Overall Cost for Comparison
4.0% APR

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How to Find the Best Low Deposit Mortgages

Looking for a mortgage with a low deposit? Let us help you understand what to look out for and how to find the best low deposit mortgage deals.

If you've managed to save a 10% mortgage deposit and are looking to buy a house, there are an increasing number of mortgage offers that could help you own your own home.

You'll find that a lower loan to value (LTV) ratio would make more mortgages available with lower interest rates. The LTV is the percentage of your new property's value you will need to borrow from a mortgage provider, so with a 10% deposit your LTV will be 90%.

Lower than 10% deposit mortgages

Although there is no set minimum deposit for a mortgage, having a larger deposit gives you much more choice.

There are some no deposit mortgages out there, but you'll need a spotless credit history and be able to show you can afford the repayments; you can find details of the 100% mortgages out there in our comparison table.

If you're looking for a mortgage where you put down a 5% deposit, your choice will still be severely restricted; try our comparison showing the accounts available.

If you don't have a big enough deposit for the mortgage you want, check out our guide to alternative ways onto the property ladder. Alternatively, you could consider the government's Help to Buy scheme - our guide explains the basics.

Finding the best 10% deposit mortgage deals

Low deposit mortgages for first time buyers are available, but first you should consider what you need; our guide on how to get your first mortgage will help you start out.

You'll need to decide if you want a fixed, tracker or discount mortgage. Also, you should establish whether an interest only or repayment mortgage suits you best; this guide explains the differences.

The next thing to consider will be the interest rate, as this will significantly affect the amount you pay each month.

Check the fees and charges as well, as you may find that you have to pay a higher lending charge when your deposit is low. This is an extra charge that lenders apply to cover the extra risks of mortgages with a high LTV, so don't forget to check the terms and take any extra amounts into account.

You can compare low deposit mortgages in our comparison table, which shows the selection of currently available products that require a 10% deposit. You'll then need to check the eligibility criteria, fees and terms for each, and find the cheapest option for your circumstances.

What about buy to let mortgages?

Lenders usually require a 20-25% minimum deposit for mortgage accounts where the holder wishes to rent out the property, so if you're looking for a buy to let mortgage with a 10% deposit, it's likely you'll need to rethink your plans.

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