2.05pc Flexx for Term purchase or remortgage, at 65pc loan to value, with the option to switch without incurring charges
1.99% 2-year fixed rate - a fantastic low rate at a generous 75% loan to value, with no minimum income requirement.
3.59pc 3-year fixed buy-to-let, suitable for limited companies, HMOs, multi-unit blocks and portfolio landlords, as well as individuals.
2.95% 10-year fixed buy-to-let. ERC drops to 1% from year 6. No minimum income, free valuation, free Remortgage Transfer Service.
2-year tracker with the option to switch to one of the lenders fixed rates, without penalty, within the initial period.
1.47pc 2-year fixed buy-to-let with GBP500 cashback and flexibility over property type.
Buy-to-let’s allure remains intact despite recent government changes to the taxation of landlords.
North East yields best buy-to-let annual return at 5.2%; as England and Wales yields average 4.9%.
London’s property appeal endures with 78% of landlords planning to increase their property portfolios. Woodford, Leytonstone and Redbridge targeted as hotspots.
44% of landlords plan changes in the wake of government tax changes, but many are still not aware.
New PRA rules focus landlords on portfolio reviews.
Warning that Making Tax Digital will cost landlords time and money when filing quarterly tax returns.
NLA urges remortgaging ahead of PRA changes as lending becomes harder in 2017.
Buy-to-let still attractive for wealthy baby boomers with 30% increase in second home owners since 2002.
With returns of up to 12%, St Andrews and Lancaster are revealed as the top university towns for buy-to-let rental yields.
New research indicates a 4 percent fall in buy-to-let mortgage rates and costs since May, delivering landlord savings.
With 8.4m growth in population to 2039, industry argues more landlords, not less, are needed. Will government listen?
Research highlights an increase in buy-to-let products since January 2017, beneficial for landlords across the UK looking to invest.
LIBOR rate to lose the backing of the FCA in 2021. How will this affect landlords?
New research highlights the concerns and positive expectations from BTL landlords
Statistics from Equifax Touchstone reveal sales of buy-to-let mortgages grew in June, in contrast to most of the mortgage market
Accord has released details of its buy-to-let underwriting criteria for portfolio landlords
Our Andrew Turner gives his reality-check on the 2017 buy-to-let market and explains why he sees only a positive future for the industry.
How phase two of the PRA underwriting changes continues to impact portfolio landlords and how a broker can help!
1.69% 2-year fixed rate with £995 fee or 1.79% 2-year fixed rate with 0.5% of loan fee. Individual borrowers, purchases only.
Low initial rate portfolio buy-to-let mortgage. 3.29% 5-year tracker mortgage up to 75% LTV, 1-25 properties with this lender.
2.19% 2-year flexx-fixed rate deal up to 75% LTV, with no ERCs or minimum income requirement.
2.20% 2-year discounted variable rate up to 60% LTV with free valuation, and no product fee; free legal service on remortgage.
Competitive 2.08% 2-year fixed rate buy to let at 75% loan to value with low product fee, no minimum income requirement and free valuation and legal fee benefits
Two market-leading tracker rates of 1.59% at 65% loan to value (LTV) and 1.94% at 75% LTV.
Newly announced 1.39% rate on a 2-year fixed buy-to-let deal at 50% LTV
No minimum income or employment term length on 5-year fixed rate deal at 3.79% with 75% LTV, with limited company SPV’s welcome.
Competitive deals starting from 2.99% on a 2-year discounted variable, for limited companies, HMO’s or MUB’s with no exit penalty.
Get a great remortgage fixed rate of 1.89% over 2-years at 60% loan-to-value and benefit from the lenders free valuation and free legal cover.
Struggling to secure a large loan amount? Find out how these five year fixed rates could help.
Could you use a stepped buy-to-let mortgage to help mitigate tax relief changes?
The PRA is bringing about change to financially protect landlords, but are you aware of the implications for buy-to-let borrowing?
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.
A major lender has slashed the interest rates on its buy to let mortgage range. Find out how you can get a cheap buy to let deal today.
A brand new Buy to Let product has been launched into the marketplace to help you if you want to buy a property in need of refurbishment.
Are low buy to let rates worth the eye-watering fees? Read the latest updates from the buy to let mortgage market.
We can offer savings to landlords who apply for buy to let mortgages before the end of 2013.
Aldermore Bank has launched a new range of BTL products with the aim of challenging banks and building societies.
We have access to lower interest rates for fixed and tracker mortgages speak to our advisers for details.
Two new types of buy to let mortgage product have been introduced this week, find out more.