Buy to Let Mortgage Deposit
Buy to Let Mortgage Service
Special features of what we offer include:
- Whole of market service - we can compare up to 80% buy to let deals from most UK lenders
- Access to leading btl market mortgage rates
- Access to exclusive buy to let loan deals not available on high street
- Fast turnaround - speak to us today if you need to move quickly
- We have lenders who will take into account previous defaults and missed payments.
- Looking to remortgage or raise additional finance on top of your existing buy to let mortgage? - we have access to a range of btl finance solutions
To investigate your buy to let mortgage options with 20% equity or deposit call our btl mortgage team on 0117 313 7780 or fill in our call back form.
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Buy to Let Mortgage Deposit
If you are considering taking out a mortgage for an investment property, such as a buy to let, one of the key things you may be interested to find out is exactly how large of a deposit you would be required to put down.
As a general rule buy to let mortgages are more expensive than their residential counterparts, while it may be possible to secure a homebuyer mortgage with a deposit of around 5% lenders tend to require borrowers to have a deposit of 25%, although it is possible to secure a buy to let mortgage for less. As with most forms of finance however the larger the buy to let mortgage deposit you can afford to place the better the interest rates available to you will be.
However during an application there are various personal details about a borrower that may affect the size of deposit a lender would require for a buy to let, such as:
- Age – Some lenders can be reluctant to offer mortgage finance to borrowers who will be aged 70 or over by the end of the mortgage term, as such they may require a lower Loan to Value depending on the borrower’s age. There are however a selection of lenders who will accept applications from people aged 70 or over.
- Credit history – Borrower’s who have had problems with credit in the past may be required to put down a larger deposit than borrowers who with better credit scores. While having a poor credit score will limit the buy to let mortgages out there it does not necessarily preclude someone from being able to get a buy to let product. Similarly credit history will also affect the interest rate a lender will be willing to offer potential borrowers of buy to let mortgages.
Another key difference between buy to let mortgages and homebuyer products is the way the affordability is calculated, which affects how much you can borrow. When applying for a homebuyer mortgage lenders usually calculate a borrower’s affordability based upon a multiple of their annual income. Instead of doing so for a buy to let mortgage lenders often calculate affordability based upon the estimated rental value of a property, commonly requiring a property’s monthly rental yield to be at least 125% of what the monthly mortgage payments would be.
Whether you’re already a landlord or you are thinking about purchasing your very first investment property you may benefit from enlisting the services of an independent mortgage adviser. Not only can whole-of-market advisers offer you impartial advice throughout the process, but they can use their expert knowledge of the market to search across different providers to try and find the top buy to let deals for your needs. There are also a selection of mortgages offered by specialist lenders that can only be applied for via an adviser, one of which might be the right choice for you.
To find out if Fair Mortgages could help you, why not fill in our online contact form to request a call-back for a free initial consultation from one of our advisers? Alternatively you can contact us directly by calling: 0117 313 7780.