Buy to Let
Buy to Let mortgages are a great way to diversify investment or supplement pension income with regular rental contributions.
Recent years have seen low interest rates which have made buy to let mortgages much more attractive, especially when compared to other types of investments. Strong rental markets, particularly in university towns and cities, and low interest rates have resulted in an increase in the number of investors wanting to add property ownership to their portfolio. Buy to Let mortgages are a great way to diversify investment or supplement pension income with regular rental contributions. It is important to seek independent tax advice when looking to invest in the buy to let market.
UK investors are seeing a wealth of new products being developed to meet their increasing needs, by lenders who are looking to grab a larger market share of this growing sector. These products include deals which have been specifically tailored by lenders to suit first time landlords, limited companies, properties in need of light refurbishment and Houses of Multiple Occupancy. Some Buy to Let mortgages are now being offered on deals up to 85% for both purchases and remortgages.
Our job as a mortgage broker is to source the market for the best options for you. Our experience and depth of knowledge can help you to secure that all-important mortage at the best rate we can.
Choosing the right Buy to Let mortgage broker is an important part of choosing to invest in property. Our specialist advisers have access to:
- High street banks
- Building Societies
- A vast array of Buy to Let Mortgages UK specialists
Choosing the right mortgage deal has become an increasingly complex task, especially for first time investors, with thousands of competing products and rental or lending criteria to choose from.
Here at The Mortgage Broker we will search for the right mortgage based on your circumstances. Get FREE, no obligation professional advice and quotes from our expert advisers in a matter of minutes.
Please note: Buy to let agreements are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. There is no guarantee that it will be possible to arrange continuous letting of the property, nor that rental income will be sufficient to meet the cost of the mortgage.