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Listed Property Mortgages

Britain has many beautiful historical buildings and to protect this heritage many of these buildings will be listed. When buying a listed property it is important that you are aware of the implications.

There are three categories of listed building:

  1. Grade 1 buildings are of exceptional interest and often considered to be internationally important.
  2. Grade II* buildings are particularly important buildings.
  3. Grade II buildings are nationally important and of special interest.

Owning a listed property comes with responsibilities. The property may be more costly to upkeep and you may need to deal with particular trade's people with a certain set of skills. However, contrary to popular belief you may be able to make changes to the building in the form of alterations or extensions, although listed building consent must be sought and agreed before any changes are implemented.

When sourcing a mortgage for a listed home it's wise to seek professional help from someone with experience of funding these types of properties and who understands how individual lenders may approach them.

Our team of qualified mortgage advisers have access to an extremely comprehensive range of lenders and we pride ourselves on offering a bespoke mortgage package that is tailored to your individual needs. To talk with one of our team about a mortgage for a listed property, call us now on 0117 9675 052.