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How much can I borrow?

Based on my income, calculate how much you can borrow

This mortgage calculator is designed to give a quick quote for those looking to find out what they can potentially borrow for a residential mortgage.

Lenders mostly use your income to decide how much they’re willing to lend you; however, things such as your credit score and your deposit are also a factor. For a more accurate figure talk to one of our brokers who can take your personal circumstances into account.

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Annual income for first applicant: (£)
Annual income for second applicant:
Regular bonus for first applicant:
Regular bonus for second applicant:

Please note this is only an estimate and can vary depending on the lender and your personal circumstances. To get a more accurate quote, we recommend speaking to one of our advisers who will be more than happy to help you.

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Maximum amount you can borrow (£):

How Much Can I Borrow Calculator FAQs

Some frequently asked questions we receive about our mortgage borrowing calculator as well as general mortgage FAQs. If your question isn’t here our team will be happy to help answer any of your questions.


  • What is a mortgage calculator?

    A mortgage calculator is a quick way to find out how much you might be able to borrow. There are also mortgage repayment calculators which show you what you would pay each month as well as remortgaging calculators to see how much you could save on your monthly and yearly mortgage repayments.

  • Who is a mortgage calculator for?

    Mortgage calculators are for people who are looking to buy their first home or looking to buy a new home and wish to know how much they could lend. Remortgage calculators are for people who already have a mortgage but are looking to find a better rate.

  • What information will I need?

    To find out how much you can borrow you will need to know your yearly income before tax and any regular bonuses you receive. If you’re looking to apply for a mortgage with another person you will need their yearly income and regular bonuses.

  • Will this affect my credit score/credit history?

    Our calculators don’t make any soft or hard credit checks so playing around with our calculators won’t affect your credit score or credit history.

  • What affects how much I can borrow?

    There are a few factors that will affect how much you can borrow. While your income is the single biggest factor in determining the amount you can borrow the following will also affect the amount:

    • Any outstanding loans or credit card debt. For example, a loan to pay for a kitchen renovation or a PCP car finance contract.
    • Your monthly bills including council tax, utilities, phone contracts
    • Your monthly travel costs
    • Whether you have children or not
    • Your credit score
    • The amount of deposit you have to put down
  • Does my age affect how much I can borrow?

    Most mortgages are designed so that you come to the end of your repayments when you’re close to retirement age. This means that as you get older the term on your mortgage may become shorter which can lead to lenders offering you a smaller loan. At Coreco we know the pitfalls of getting a mortgage in your later years and our expert brokers are here to help.

  • I have a big income but I can’t borrow as much as I was expecting?

    Most mortgage lenders require a minimum 5% deposit to ensure that if the worst comes to the worst they can recoup the value of your mortgage without losing money. If you have a large income and a large deposit there could be other issues such as a poor credit rating or large monthly outgoings.

  • I have a big deposit, why can’t I borrow more?

    While lenders like you to have a big deposit and will offer better interest rates to those who do, the biggest thing that affects how much you can borrow is your annual salary.


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Simone Ferraro
Fantastic job and quick mortgage
We had the pleasure of working with Ash, who was extremely professional and, at the same time, very friendly. He guided us through the process of getting a mortgage, explained all the potential issues we may encounter, and eventually got us a mortgage in less than a week. Cracking job, couldn't have asked for better and will definitely return when it's time to remortgage!


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Big thanks to Amy and Anh
Big thanks to Amy and Anh for looking after us from choosing the best mortgage to offer to completion. We have always had 5 star service from Anh and now from Amy who was equally outstanding in anticipating and meeting our needs through a very lengthy process.


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Sarah Aitken arranged both my original mortgage and my remortgage. I was worried the first time round as I had heard from various people how stressful the process could be, and as I was looking to buy an ex-local authority property I had already been turned away by a couple of big lenders. In the end however, obtaining a mortgage was the easiest part of buying a flat. All thanks to Sarah and her two equally helpful colleagues, Abbey and Olivia. When my remortgage came up, Sarah got in touch a few months before to check in with me and see what my plans were. When it was time, Sarah again took care of everything and all I had to do was send in my docs. So, so grateful that something that can be incredible stressful ended up being such a breeze for me! Would absolutely recommend using Coreco, and Sarah in particular.