What we'll check
To be ready for a Virgin Money mortgage you should
- Have been a UK resident for 3 years or more, and have full unrestricted rights to live and work in the UK.
- Have paid all recent bills on time and never had a house repossessed.
- For a mortgage of more than 90% Loan to Value* – be up to date with payments on all of your credit agreements, and you must not have been subject to a default, nor had any missed payments in the last 6 months.
- Have not been bankrupt, had a debt management plan, county court judgement or a large or unsatisfied default on a loan in the last 6 years.
- Have the permission of joint applicants to enter their details.
Just remember, our eligibility check gives you an idea of how much we could lend you. It doesn’t guarantee a mortgage application will be approved.
*On mortgages available up to 95% LTV, you should consider that if house prices were to fall, you could owe more than the market value of your home, known as negative equity. This could restrict your ability to move home, remortgage to another lender or the products available.
Take five minutes and see how much we may lend you, without affecting your credit score.
Want to know more?
Using the personal and financial information you provide us, we can tell you whether your application for a mortgage is likely to be successful. To get an indicative result we run the following automatically:
- A soft credit check
- A calculation of what you can afford based on your income and expenditure
A soft credit check is a background check on your credit report. It helps us give an indicative decision about your eligibility for a mortgage. No other company can see that we have run a check on you and it has no impact on what you can borrow in future.
The personal information you provide us will be shared with Experian Credit Services for the sole purpose of running the soft credit check. To help improve our service and answer questions you may have, we will also retain your personal information for a period of 3 months, even if you do not submit a mortgage application.