Buy To Let
Financing your investment properties.
Buying a property “to let” can be a potential minefield in today’s current climate.
When buying a second property “to let” you will need to decide whether your primary objective is income or capital growth.
You should be mindful that there are a number of tax issues with regards to owning properties “to let” in order to maximise your tax position. You can visit the ARLA website at www.arla.co.uk for further information on becoming a private landlord.
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A mortgage adviser will be able to provide a comprehensive mortgage sourcing service arranging buy to let mortgages for investors with a single property right through to the professional landlord with an extensive portfolio.
The market has changed over the last 12 months with lending criteria tightening. This has placed some investors in an awkward position when remortgaging but a mortgage adviser can help in restructuring buy to let financing, allowing you to move forward and bring your investment under control. If you would like an informal chat about your buy to let property finance then please feel free to make an enquiry by clicking on the button below.
Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
The Financial Conduct Authority do not regulate most buy to let mortgages
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Think carefully about securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other debt secured on it.