Rising property values and a booming lettings market has meant that many lenders have developed mortgage deals tailored to the needs of would-be landlords.
A buy-to-let mortgage is a loan for purchasing a residential property that is let to tenants rather than lived in by the borrower. The typical deposit required is likely to be around 25%, although better deals will be available to those who can put down as much as 40% of the purchase price. Most buy-to-let mortgages are available on an interest only basis. Lenders will consider the potential rental income the property will generate when deciding whether to grant the loan.
A Buy to Let mortgage will be secured against your property.
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some forms of Buy to Let mortgages.
Buy to Let Mortgages for Limited companies
If you already own a Limited Company and are looking to either refinance or purchase a new investment property, we understand that the process of getting a mortgage can be tough.
There are a range of options available for you and, for reasons that largely come down to tax efficiency, more and more investors are deciding to buy properties within a Limited Company. By speaking to an expert broker, we can connect you with Limited Company mortgage lenders, while supporting you from start to finish.