Applying for a buy-to-let property
Social purpose investment.
Cheaper rent for tenants.
Our rental discount structure allows you to pass on the savings to tenants each time you purchase more equity!
Low risk, strong potential return.
Due to the strength and resilience of the market, investing in residential property is comparatively a low risk investment. Property values tend to rise over time, depending on location, meaning you’ll pocket the profit of capital appreciation.
Tip: Make sure you do your research to avoid low rental demand and stagnant house prices!
ⓘ With all buy-to-let properties we finance, a legal charge is applied to the property.
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Check your eligibility.
Before you get started, take a look at our eligibility criteria to see if you’ll be accepted for finance.
Yes, we can provide finance up to a maximum level of £400,000.
Much like a high street lender, for our buy-to-let product you are the owner of the property and therefore you are responsible for finding suitable tenants to rent your property out to – you do not need to consult with us on this.
As the landlord, you are responsible for all associated costs.
Yes, unlike a traditional buy-to-let product, finance is provided on an affordability basis instead of assessed on the rental income the property is likely to generate. As much as we want to provide finance where we can, we have to consider your ability to make the monthly payments if the property was untenanted and there was no rental income being received.
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