Can I use a fully owned holiday property for a deposit against a mortgage on another property?

Asked on Jan 15 2013, Home Finance in Bromley | Report content

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  • Don't think so, they want to see cash. You could raise a loan against the holiday home then use this cash for the next one. Suggest you see an IFA really. It's complicated!

    Answered on Jan 21 2013, Report content
  • Yes if you can remortgage the holiday home

    Answered on Jan 28 2013, Report content

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