No doubt, by now, you’ve likely heard of cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin and others have surged in popularity, and recently it seems that everyone we talk to wants to get in on the action or has a friend or relative that has made a small fortune.
But can cryptocurrency be used effectively in the real world? We are often asked:
Can I use Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency as a mortgage deposit?
At the moment cryptocurrency itself cannot be used as a mortgage deposit, however, it’s possible to use profits from it to fund your deposit.
You’d need to sell the currency and produce a document trail of its acquisition and sale to have any chance of finding a mortgage lender who is willing to accept this capital. And although it’s difficult, there are around a dozen UK lenders who will consider this as a mortgage deposit.
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