Two market-leading tracker rates of 1.59% at 65% loan to value (LTV) and 1.94% at 75% LTV.
Buy to let news update
6-week wait for Universal Credit payment is hurting both tenant and landlord as the financial pressure on both mounts.
Mortgage lender Paragon releases Q4 2016 landlord survey and the results show optimism for the buy-to-let sector
Analysis of the UK government’s 2017 Housing White Paper and the impact on UK landlords and the private rented sector
Low product fee of £450 and a choice of incentives on three new 2-year purchase or remortgage deals.
BoE keep base rate at 0.25% amidst Brexit focus
Read the breakdown of the 2016 CML landlord survey and find how landlords view the current sector and the changes affecting it
Robert Peston speaks to Gavin Barwell, Housing Minister on “Peston on Sunday”, 5th February 2017, regarding housing White paper
SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) purchase or remortgage buy-to-let mortgages with 125% rental calculation. Fixed rates from 3.38% per annum.
Commercial Trust’s CEO Andrew Turner gives his views on the buy to let market, the factors that have shaped it over the last 6 months and looks to the future to see how things are shaping up for 2017.
3 new products up to 80% LTV available for those with adverse credit
New– 3.85% per annum 5 year fixed rate for HMU/Multi-Unit Blocks. Low application fee, favourable rental cover rates.
Struggling to secure a large loan amount? Find out how these five year fixed rates could help.
The PRA is bringing about change to financially protect landlords, but are you aware of the implications for buy-to-let borrowing?
Autumn Statement 2016 sees ban on letting agent fees to tenants,£2.3bn investment in Housing Infrastructure Fund to build 100,000 new homes and £1.4bn for 40,000 affordable homes.