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Buy to let mortgages

Buy to let mortgages

Looking for a buy to let mortgage?

Over the last 10 years we have helped 1000’s of Landlords purchase and refinance their property portfolios. We offer mortgages from a market leading range of lenders and our advice is second to none.

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What do we do?

Getting the right mortgage advice is so important. We are a modern, straight talking mortgage broker here to help you get things done.

By spending time to find you the best mortgage rate based on your individual needs,  or reviewing your existing property portfolio each year to ensure we maximise your profits over the long term.

Let’s make time to save you money.

How does it work?

With home ownership in the UK on the decline and more people choosing to rent, buying a property to let has become very popular. Here is our guide to buy to let mortgages and things to avoid when buying an investment property.

We have decades of experience as landlords and buy to let specialists, you will love the way we do business.


Frequently Asked Questions.

Things buy to let mortgage lenders don’t like and why.

Why buy to let?

What is a buy to let mortgage?

How much can I borrow on a buy to let mortgage?

How much deposit is needed for a buy to let mortgage?

What’s the criteria for a buy to let mortgage?

Can you buy to let as a first time buyer?

When do I need a buy to let mortgage?

Which property is best for buy to let?

How does a let to buy mortgage work

How much deposit do I need for a let to buy mortgage?

Can I release equity to buy another property?

What makes a good tenant?

Should I use a letting agent?

What is a HMO?

Top 10 common mistakes new landlords make.

  1. Letting to a friend or family member.
  2. Not registering the utilities and council tax.
  3. Not planning for periods of no rent.
  4. Not planning to refresh the property every 5 or so years.
  5. Tenant deposit not registered.
  6. Not meeting the tenant in person.
  7. Not regularly inspecting the property.
  8. Rental yields to low.
  9. Not planning for the buy to let tax changes.
  10. Buying a property nobody wants to rent.

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