Buy-to-let remortgage

If you are an existing buy-to-let borrower, you might be thinking about a remortgage.

The most popular reason for buy-to-let remortgaging is to release equity from an existing buy-to-let property in order to put down a deposit on another property and so expand your portfolio.

You may also wish to remortgage off a variable rate and onto a fixed rate to protect your investment against future interest rate rises, to remortgage all of your buy-to-let arrangements to a single lender if you currently have them spread about, or you may have to remortgage is you have a loan with Mortgage Express, which is now nationalised and closed to new lending, if you want to borrow more against an existing property.

Click here for more information on buy-to-let remortgaging, or speak to a fee-free adviser. You might also want to visit our calculators to find out how much you could save via a buy-to-let remortgage.


Remortgage activity continues to fall

Activity in the remortgage market has continued to slump with a 4% drop in the number of cases processed in the last three months.


Coventry BS updates buy-to-let range

Coventry Building Society has relaunched its buy-to-let range including two and five year fixed rates and flex for term options.


Half of buy-to-let landlords plan to remortgage

Almost half of landlords are looking to remortgage in the next six months as confidence grows across the buy-to-let market.


The Mansfield launches two-year BTL discount at 3.29%

The Mansfield Building Society has launched a two-year buy-to-let discount at 3.29% up to 70% loan-to-value.


Third of landlords plan to grow property empire

A third of landlords are planning to take on additional rental properties in the next year and increase the size of their portfolio, research from BM Solutions has found.


26% hope to move home this year

One in four people hope to move into a new home in the course of the next 12 months.


RBS split could boost economy

MPs have renewed their calls for the government to consider splitting RBS into a ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bank in the interests of the economy.

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BoE rate prediction could kickstart fixed rate mortgage 'pricing war'

Fixed rate mortgages, which are already at historically low levels, could fall further still following predictions that interest rates are unlikely to rise for three years today.


Buy to-let remortgaging rockets to new high

Remortgaging activity reached a new peak in the first quarter of 2013, according to specialist buy-to-let broker Mortgages for Business


Aldermore launches into let-to-buy

Aldermore has announced it is to offer let-to-buy mortgages for the first time as part of its ongoing expansion.


More landlords remortgage to expand portfolios

More landlords remortgaged their buy-to-let deals in the last quarter of 2012 than in Q4 2011.

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Peckham offers best yields for landlords

Landlords in south east London enjoyed the best rental yields in the city last year, according to figures from Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward.


Landlord register "further tax" on landlords and tenants

Residential landlords have dismissed Labour’s proposal for a national register of landlords as a “further tax on landlords and tenants”.


Leeds unveils new buy-to-let range

Leeds Building Society's fixed rate buy-to-let range now offers deals at 3.55% for two years and 3.79% for three years, both available up to 75% loan-to-value (LTV).

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NatWest slashes rates across range

NatWest Intermediary Solutions is to cut rates across its mortgage product range, including a new range of fee-free 50% LTV mortgages.

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