Lending against Uplifted Value following Refurbishment Works

Our standard acceptability

Not Acceptable

Criteria definition:

Indicates if a lender can potentially offer a remortgage and use the uplifted value of the property following recent works of improvement. For example Jon purchases a property for £150,000 and spend a couple of months doing the place up following which the property is now worth £250,000. Jon now wants to find a lender who will allow him to raise capital based on the new enhanced value.

Policy Notes:

Family Building Society will not use the uplifted value in this situation.

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Criteria categories :
  • general
  • Policy
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Last updated:

29 August 2018