Mortgages for New Build
Dedicated new build support for you

Sometimes only new will do, and when your client is looking to buy a new build home that’s where we come in.

We are dedicated to helping your new build customers own their own homes. That’s why our residential mortgages are designed for clients who have a broad range of needs and circumstances, from self-employed contractors, to those with low credit scores.

Use our mortgage calculator to work out how much your client could borrow with us, and view our residential product guide to see our range of products.

Residential Product Guide Try our Calculator
Discover the Kensington Difference...

Loans available up to 80% LTV

6 month offer period with facility to extend

Personal Business Development contact

  • Self-employed based on 1 years accounts
  • Cashback options available
  • Underwriter decision – not automated score
  • No application fees 
For further details see our full lending criteria.


Can we help your other clients?

Affordability based on latest year's acounts

No restrictions on professions

Multiple income streams considered

Self-employed Mortgages 

Up to 75% LTV

Limited Company assessed on SPV portfolio only

Maximum age at application: 70

View Buy to Let Guide 
Have a case to discuss gesture
Contact our BDM unit
New enquiries
0800 111 020
Existing cases
03444 99 00 11
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Login to our online portal to submit or access your client's mortgage application.

New to Kensington?

You can submit your client's mortgage application by registering your company using our online portal.

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Kensington and Kensington Mortgages are trading names of Kensington Mortgage Company Limited (registered in England & Wales No. 03049877), which has its registered office address at: Ascot House, Maidenhead Office Park, Maidenhead SL6 3QQ.

Kensington Mortgage Company Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Firm Reference No. 310336). Some investment mortgage contracts are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.