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What mortgage can I get for £3,000 a month?

Written By:
Myles Robinson - Expert Finance Advisor

Posted: Jan 8, 2023

Emma Lunn

Fact Checked By:
Emma Lunn - Finance Editor

How much can I borrow if I can afford repayments on £3,000 a month?

Most mortgage lenders limit their lending to 4.5x your annual income.

For example, if you earn £50,000, you should be able to get a mortgage up to £225,000, assuming you meet the lender’s lending criteria.

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Use our online mortgage affordability calculator below to determine how much you can borrow based on your annual income:


How can I get a mortgage for £3,000 per month?

You’ll need to be a high earner to get a mortgage costing £3,000 a month.

The lender will look at your circumstances to assess whether you can afford £3,000 monthly alongside debts, bills and living expenses.

The mortgage lender will also stress test your mortgage to check you can afford it if interest rates go up.

Someone earning £100,000 takes home about £5,500 a month. You’d be left with £2,500 a month for all bills, investments, pension contributions, savings and day-to-day costs at this income level.

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Will a mortgage calculator tell me if I can afford a £3,000 monthly mortgage?

Online mortgage calculators can also be used to get a rough idea of the amount you could borrow and the likely monthly repayments. However, the figures they return may not be tailored to your profile and may vary from the numbers that a mortgage lender will give you.

Send an enquiry to find out how much mortgage you could get for £3,000 per month.

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How can I prove my income to get a £3,000 monthly mortgage?

If you have enough income to pay £3,000 each month towards your mortgage, you’ll need to prove this to the lender.

You might be able to do this by:

  • A letter from your employer verifying that you are employed, and your salary
  • The last three months of payslips
  • Bank statements for the past three to six months

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We can match you with a broker who specialises in larger mortgages

A mortgage that costs £3,000 per month is a large amount. Even the slightest change in the term or interest rate can significantly impact the borrowing cost.

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