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By Lucy James  | Content Editor

Updated: 28th October 2019 *

Want a breakdown of all the potential costs associated with a £50,000 mortgage from the best mortgage deals open to you? Use our whole of market mortgage sourcing system below to compare all the rates from all the lenders in the UK.

Make sure you fill in your details in as much depth as possible. You can compare the best products available to you side by side and work out which make the most financial sense. You can also alter the options to work out the costs for different term-lengths etc.




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How much is a £50,000 mortgage?

If you are looking for a mortgage for £50,000, you may be wondering how much the actual repayments on a 50k mortgage are. We have hopefully made this easier for you to understand and have given you an indication on how much a 50k loan could cost you each month by devising the following tables.

The monthly costs are broken down for you, showing different interest on £50,000 and different term lengths. The tables also display values of 50k+ loans, for example if you were looking for a £55,000 mortgage.

1% 15yr 20yr 25yr 30yr
50000 £299.25 £229.95 £188.44 £160.82
51000 £305.23 £234.55 £192.20 £164.04
52000 £311.22 £239.15 £195.97 £167.25
53000 £317.20 £243.74 £199.74 £170.47
54000 £323.19 £248.34 £203.51 £173.69
55000 £329.17 £252.94 £207.28 £176.90
56000 £335.16 £257.54 £211.05 £180.12
57000 £341.14 £262.14 £214.82 £183.33
58000 £347.13 £266.74 £218.59 £186.55
59000 £353.11 £271.34 £222.35 £189.77

2% 15yr 20yr 25yr 30yr
50000 £321.75 £252.94 £211.93 £184.81
51000 £328.19 £258.00 £216.17 £188.51
52000 £334.62 £263.06 £220.40 £192.20
53000 £341.06 £268.12 £224.64 £195.90
54000 £347.49 £273.18 £228.88 £199.59
55000 £353.93 £278.24 £233.12 £203.29
56000 £360.36 £283.29 £237.36 £206.99
57000 £366.80 £288.35 £241.60 £210.68
58000 £373.24 £293.41 £245.84 £214.38
59000 £379.67 £298.47 £250.07 £218.08

3% 15yr 20yr 25yr 30yr
50000 £345.29 £277.30 £237.11 £210.80
51000 £352.20 £282.84 £241.85 £215.02
52000 £359.10 £288.39 £246.59 £219.23
53000 £366.01 £293.94 £251.33 £223.45
54000 £372.91 £299.48 £256.07 £227.67
55000 £379.82 £305.03 £260.82 £231.88
56000 £386.73 £310.57 £265.56 £236.10
57000 £393.63 £316.12 £270.30 £240.31
58000 £400.54 £321.67 £275.04 £244.53
59000 £407.44 £327.21 £279.78 £248.75

4% 15yr 20yr 25yr 30yr
50000 £369.84 £302.99 £263.92 £238.71
51000 £377.24 £309.05 £269.20 £243.48
52000 £384.64 £315.11 £274.48 £248.26
53000 £392.03 £321.17 £279.75 £253.03
54000 £399.43 £327.23 £285.03 £257.80
55000 £406.83 £333.29 £290.31 £262.58
56000 £414.23 £339.35 £295.59 £267.35
57000 £421.62 £345.41 £300.87 £272.13
58000 £429.02 £351.47 £306.15 £276.90
59000 £436.42 £357.53 £311.42 £281.68

5% 15yr 20yr 25yr 30yr
50000 £395.40 £329.98 £292.30 £268.41
51000 £403.30 £336.58 £298.14 £273.78
52000 £411.21 £343.18 £303.99 £279.15
53000 £419.12 £349.78 £309.83 £284.52
54000 £427.03 £356.38 £315.68 £289.88
55000 £434.94 £362.98 £321.52 £295.25
56000 £442.84 £369.58 £327.37 £300.62
57000 £450.75 £376.17 £333.22 £305.99
58000 £458.66 £382.77 £339.06 £311.36
59000 £466.57 £389.37 £344.91 £316.72


Please note that these figures for repayments on a 50k mortgage are not definitive and lenders may provide slightly different values on loans for £50,000.


Can I get a £50,000 mortgage?

You may be able to get a £50,000 mortgage in the UK, though this will depend on various factors including your total income, credit rating, age, and employment type.

Income is one of the main considerations for mortgage providers, though for a mortgage of £50,000, they may accept applicants with a smaller salary. Alternatively, if you’re looking to renovate your property or purchase a more expensive home, there may be other lending options for you. Make an enquiry to get started.


What’s the minimum loan amount I can borrow for a mortgage?

Many mortgage lenders have a minimum loan amount of £25,000, though there are others who will lend smaller amounts.

If you’re looking to raise funds for a renovation, purchase a house at auction or if you wish to move into a more expensive property and need a small mortgage to bridge the gap, there may be other lending options available for you. Speak with an advisor for more information.


Expert advice

If you are looking at houses under 50k or mortgages under 50k then we can pass you off to an adviser would be more than happy to discuss the options available to you and try to find you the best deal possible. If it is not a mortgage you are after, but instead a £50,000 loan, we can also help.

Just simply get in touch with us on the enquiry form below.


Updated: 28th October 2019
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FCA disclaimer

*Based on our research, the content contained in this article is accurate as of most recent time of writing. Lender criteria and policies change regularly so speak to one of the advisors we work with to confirm the most accurate up to date information. The info on the site is not tailored advice to each individual reader, and as such does not constitute financial advice. All advisors working with us are fully qualified to provide mortgage advice and work only for firms who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. They will offer any advice specific to you and your needs. Some types of buy to let mortgages are not regulated by the FCA. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. As a mortgage is secured against your home, it may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage. Equity released from your home will also be secured against it.

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