Buy-to-Lets & Portfolio Landlords

Whether you’re looking to enter the buy-to-let market or already have a portfolio of properties, our expert advisers can offer impartial advice and support to landlords of all portfolio sizes.

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Buy-to-Let Mortgages

Buy-to-let mortgages are used to buy property, which is then let out for a monthly rental charge used to cover the mortgage.

Mortgage providers view buy-to-let mortgages as riskier than standard mortgages due to potential issues with occupancy and rent collection. Because of this, you’ll need to pay a bigger deposit, with a higher rate of interest. There are also a range of rules and regulations that will need to be considered.

Getting a buy-to-let mortgage is slightly harder than applying for a residential mortgage. You must:

  • Already own a home, either outright or with an existing mortgage
  • Fit the age criteria – usually lenders set an upper age limit of either 70 or 75. This refers to the age that you will be at the age of the mortgage term.

Becoming a buy-to-let landlord can be profitable. However, there are additional fees that you’ll need to factor in, such as:

  • Rent insurance
  • Landlord insurance
  • Letting agents’ fees
  • Contingency for when the property is unoccupied, repair bills etc.

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