It’s essential you choose the right buy to let mortgage for your individual needs – and we’re here to help.
Whether you are looking to invest in buy to let properties for the potential income, or you’re more geared towards potential capital appreciation, we can advise you on the best product to choose.
HOW IS A BUY TO LET MORTGAGE DIFFERENT?
Buy to let mortgages are specifically for properties that will be rented out to a third party. Consumer buy to let mortgages are also available for ‘accidental landlords.’
There are a few ways in which these types of buy to let mortgages differ from traditional mortgages:
- Interest rates are around 1-2% higher
- The minimum deposit required is 15% of the loan value
- A range of tax deductibles are available
Whilst rates for buy to let mortgages can appear considerably low, you have to be careful of some products which can come with large fees attached.
For 100% peace of mind that you find the right buy to let mortgage for you, and you don’t get stung with any hidden fees, speak to us at TaylorMade.
The amount of money a lender is prepared to offer you is affected by the potential rental income of the property.
Typically, the rent must cover 125% of the monthly mortgage payment. For example, for a mortgage payment of £600 per month, rent must be at least £750 per month.
There can be a number of variations on this so it is important to discuss this from the start to maximise your borrowing potential.
Talk to the experts
With access to the entire mortgage market, our experts at TaylorMade can do all the research necessary to find you the best buy to let mortgage deal.
Regular changes to the buy to let mortgage market means it’s never been more important to ensure you get the right advice.
Get in touch with one of our expert advisers who can assess your unique circumstances and steer you in the right direction.
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If you're unsure and need some advice just give us a call, our expert team of advisers are available to help you choose the mortgage that is right for you.
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