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Buy to Let

Introduction

 

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If you are a landlord with a buy to let property or properties, or are looking to get into this sector,  you need as much information as possible about buy-to-let mortgages, and how to let a property successfully.

There are attractive yields to be had investing in property via a buy-to-let mortgage. Indeed, the buy-to-let mortgage sector is by far the fastest growing part of the UK mortgage market.

But it is essential that you do your research in order to identify the right buy-to-let mortgage for your needs, be it a fixed rate, variable rate or tracker, for example, and make a success of your investment.

Use our mortgage calculators to work out how much you can afford to borrow on a buy to let mortgage, and how much rent you should charge.

Remember, most buy to let mortgage deals are only available via mortgage advisers.

How To

Government releases coronavirus guide for buy-to-let landlords and tenants

The government has published a guide to help support and encourage landlords to ...

How to remortgage your buy to let

Like your primary residential mortgage and many other things in life, it pays to...

How to be a successful landlord

The National Landlords Association (NLA) has highlighted some important issues f...

How to read the buy to let market

Converging factors mean now could be the ideal time for investors to get into bu...

Are you ever ‘too old’ for buy-to-let?

On 6 April 2015, new pension rules came into effect, giving retirees greater acc...

How to use a letting agent

If you are entering the buy-to-let market for the first time, or feel that you w...

News

London rents down on 2016 levels in two-thirds of areas

Central parts of the city have seen large falls in average rents, while the rest...

Demand to buy holiday homes rises amid UK travel boom

Holidays lets offer the potential to generate a good return for landlords, but t...

A 25% deposit gets landlords the widest choice of mortgages

Landlords are spoilt for choice in the 75 per cent loan to value bracket, with 8...

Landlord mortgage numbers rise, but rates are up too

The number of buy-to-let deals was slashed in 2020 but numbers are steadily grow...

One in five home sellers are now chain free

Homeowners are choosing to sell up and rent in the short-term, leading to a boun...

TSB overhauls residential and buy-to-let rates

The lender has reduced some of its mortgage rates by up to 0.95 percentage point...

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