Source of deposit: Loan Repayable on Sale of Property
Our standard acceptability
Indicates if we accept a loan that is secured against the property as a second charge, no monthly repayments are made and is repayable upon the sale of the property. For example, this situation could arise where parents want to help out a child to purchase a property but do not want to outright gift the money. The parent would place a second charge against the property so that when the property was sold at a later date the loan would be repaid providing there was sufficient equity remaining after any higher ranking charges (a mortgage for example) were repaid.
These are not acceptable.
29 August 2018