Your answer to this question would be yes but you do not know how much amount you should lend as you may have some investment about to mature. You may also be in a dilemma whether to wait to buy the house until your investments get matured or buy the house before hand and then close the loan by doing partial payment once after the investments get matured. If you have invested in some term plans then yes you are confident about the maturity date. But, if your investments are in the share market wherein the market fluctuations are never predictable you may not be aware of the maturity date.
Here we would rather call it as the decision making date to sell the shares or equities that you have bought. You would sell them when the market value of the shares reach the target that you have set by self. One best way is to evaluate the loss versus gain that you may get by waiting too long on these shares. However, if the time to sell them is in the near future say less than a month then selling them is not feasible or is a wise decision. Hence, do avail the chorley mortgages to buy the house that is offered at a discounted price by the builder because of the economy down time.
Such discount may fetch you more profit than what you may get on your investments. Still you could wait until the market is recovered and then pay the profit earned and the money invested in the shares all at once to clear the loan taken for buying the house. Since the first time mortgage loan on a new house may need more analysis, research and verification, you should rely on a friendly lender who would not bother you but would rather help you through the process.