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14 year DMP

I have been in a DMP with Payplan since 2006, although I have added several debts to the DMP since. The DMP is currently for approximately £50,000 at £61 per month. Most of the creditors no longer appear on my credit file including 2 CCJ’s which have legal charges on my property for approximately £11,000. Obviously my credit rating is poor but I am looking to move to a new property and get a joint mortgage with my o/h.  My credit file currently shows a debt with Oakbrook Finance which is showing as 6+ monthly missed payments. There are also 2 Capital One accounts for approximately £3000 total and an overdraft with Halifax for just over £3000.  I have requested CCA’s from all of my creditors, but would I be better dealing with the creditors on my credit file before any others and if so would full and final settlements be acceptable?

Thank you in advance

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  • sourcratessourcrates Forumite
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    Anything you see fit is acceptable.
    The CCJ debts may not take an offer, but you can but try.
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  • John_John_ Forumite
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    If you have continued to add debt king after you got into trouble, and are still not in a position to repay what you owe, are you sure that it’s sensible to be taking out a mortgage, especially with someone else who stands to lose a lot of money if you take on additional debt again?

    Please think very carefully if this is the right thing for both of you.
  • Forgot to add in my original post that I have approx £60000 - £70000 equity in my current property, after the 2 charging orders have been settled, but prefer to use as much of that as possible as deposit for new property.
  • GalloglassGalloglass Forumite
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    What APR and LTV rates are you being quoted given your poor credit? Seems that you are willing to pay a high cost (14 years on a DMP!) for money as long as it is in small amounts.

    Have you worked out what interest and charges have cost you over that period of time? 
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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Forumite
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    5.1% on 75% LTV

    Interest and charges frozen since DMP started.
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