Buy To Let mortgages and HMO properties for sale attracts visitors who are almost all Buy To Let investors looking to buy suitable property or wanting mortgage loans for that buying. Many are first-time investors, while others are looking to add new properties to their existing portfolios.
Buy To Let investors are often less concerned about location or property detail, and are more likely to buy to plan and to buy more than one property. They are likely to be concerned more about finance detail and suitable loans.
So we like you are interested in any special deals for the Buy To Let investor, such as cashback property sales or above-85% mortgages or good Buy To Let websites.
We target exclusively the Buy To Let and HMO investor. Our services also include Bridging loans, development finance, auction finance and commercial development loans. If you have a relevant website, homes for sale or mortgages then do let us have the details. Please refer to our database of Buy To Let mortgages and HMO properties for sale in conjunction with major portals.
If you have, or are developing, a website that can be especially useful to the Buy To Let investor then do let us know.
If you have, or are developing, properties in the UK suitable for Buy To Let, and especially if you can offer suitable deals, then you should contact us, and you could get something like a service specifically catering to Buy To Let mortgages and HMO properties for sale.
OR if you are a lender that can help our Buy To Let investors build a property portfolio – eg one of our typical recent enquiries,
“I am intending to build a property portfolio of about 20 houses over the next 18 months, expecting to finance 80% of purchase prices one by one, but ideally do not wish to apply for 20 separate mortgages, but rather set up a relationship with a single lender, experienced in these kind of investments, and establish a credit line on which I could draw based on valuations and surveys. I would like to have the possibility of periodic revaluations allowing further borrowing against increased valuations as an option for the future expansion of the portfolio.”