How does a Right to Buy mortgage work if you have bad credit?

Getting a Right to Buy mortgage with bad credit is often much easier than applying for a standard mortgage with bad credit, the reason for this is the Right to Buy discount which can be as much as 50% of the property value can be used as your deposit. This means you will have a very large deposit to support your Right to Buy mortgage application. Lenders will check your credit history and income.

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