What is a Buy-to-Let mortgage?
A Buy to Let mortgage is a specific mortgage that is granted to an individual, a property investor, a developer or landlord. The mortgage is classed as a business transaction.
Typically, a buy to let mortgage requires a larger deposit when compared to a residential mortgage as the maximum that can be borrowed is usually only 85% of the total loan value, with many more rates and options being 75% of the total loan value.
Guide to Buy To Let Mortgages
- What is a commercial Buy to Let?
- What is Buy To Let?
- What is a Buy-to-Let mortgage?
- What are Typical fees for Buy to Let loans
- What types of property fall under Buy to Let?
- What is an Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)?
- What is the stamp duty rate for a Buy To Let?
- What are the current Buy To Let Mortgage Rates?
- Buy to Let, what can I claim against tax?
- Ideal Buy To Let Deposits / Loan to Value (LTV)
- Why use a Broker for Buy To Let?
- What is the capital gains impact of Buy To Let?
- Are my Buy To Let profits taxable?
- How to maximise your Buy To let
- What deposit do you need for a Buy to Let?
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