Non-Standard Construction Mortgages?
I have come across a property that is a non-standard construction. I am aware these are notoriously difficult to obtain a mortgage for, and lenders prefer cash buyers. However, the property I have come across is non-standard and the estate agent has mentioned that this particular property is viable for a mortgage. Although I do not personally require a mortgage, it made me wonder: if the time comes that I wish to sell the property, surely it helps its marketability if it is a property that can be a purchased with a mortgage. Hence, my question is, how can a non-standard construction build be viable for a mortgage? What properties would it need to be able to get a mortgage against it? (Waiting on the estate agent currently - any help would be much appreciated!)
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