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?
Could you use a stepped buy-to-let mortgage to help mitigate tax relief changes?
With the screws tightening on the buy-to-let market, the number of product options available to landlords is declining by the day.
Thousands of landlords are set to receive payouts following a legal victory over a mortgage lender that increased its tracker rates, despite there being no movement in the Bank of England base rate.
Andrew Turner, Chief Executive of Commercial Trust, offers his views on regulatory intervention in the buy-to-let market.
The Bank of England has published proposals to regulate lending in the buy-to-let mortgage sector.
The Treasury has launched a consultation to decide whether the Bank of England will be given powers to intervene in the buy to let market.
The Chancellor grants the Bank of England powers to intervene in the buy-to-let market
Chancellor Osborne agrees to an extension of BoE mortgage controls over buy to let mortgages.
The CML has provided a statement of best practice for buy-to-let mortgage lenders, which has been broadly welcomed by the industry.
Landlords continue to favour short-term fixed rates, but a new 10-year product suggests that this might be about to change.
The government intends to regulate more of the buy-to-let market in response to new European mortgage legislation.