If you’re self-employed and looking for a mortgage, we’ve put together a list of six helpful hints.
It can be intimidating to take the first step onto the buy to let ladder. It’s not like buying a house, which is already a difficult task. Legalities, finances, and, of course, your renters are all things to consider. Whether you’ve become an unintentional landlord or want to start a buy-to-let portfolio, these 10 pointers can help you succeed.
Getting started on the buy-to-let ladder might be intimidating. It’s not like purchasing a home, which may be difficult enough. When it comes to growing a buy-to-let property portfolio, many consumers reach a point when their requirements become too complex for some lenders to handle.
It may not come as a surprise that green, more specifically the focus on green mortgages, is getting a lot of attention at the moment, but why is that?
Do you have successful BTL property investments but now want to help your Son or Daughter get on the property ladder? If you use a BTL mortgage, you may have discovered that many lenders will not allow you to let your property to an immediate member of family. You may have wanted to ‘lend’ the deposit to be told it could only be a non-refundable gift, or it would not meet the lender’s criteria.
Roger Morris, Group Distribution Director, Precise Mortgages Imagine being an aspiring first-time landlord in January or February of 2020 and excited about making your move into the world of buy