A 60% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgage requires you to put down 40% of the value of the property as a deposit. The remaining 60% is the amount you borrow from the mortgage lender.
Being able to pay a 40% deposit could have significant advantages. Because you are able to put down a larger proportion of the property's value, you present less of a risk to a lender than a buyer with a smaller deposit. For this reason, you will usually be able to get better deals and lower interest rates.
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