BTL Mortgage Rates Fall in the UK

Buy-to-let mortgage rates have seen some big falls in recent weeks, which is great news for landlords. Even if you already have a mortgage deal in place, the potential savings you could make could mean that now is a good time to start looking for a new deal.

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Is owing your BTL via a Company the new way forward?

The proportion of rental property owned through a company structure hit the joint-highest level on record in the first half of 2019, according to research by international property management firm, Hamptons International. According to the housing market experts, some 12% of all property in the PRS is owned under via a company. That’s up from 9% in 2015 and 11% in 2018.

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BTL Mortgage Rates on the up - What does this mean for Landlords?

According to a recent report, buy-to-let mortgage interest rates are rising. That’s something that could mean even more landlords consider selling up, when the time comes to re-mortgage their investment. However, although research has noted a small increase in BTL mortgage interest rates, a still strong offering of deals for the sector should help ensure any future rises remain on the small side.

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Will BTL Borrowing Take a Downturn in 2019?

Buy to let has long been a popular option for investing in property. Over the last few years, many landlords have taken out mortgages and bought properties to let out to tenants, hoping the tenants would pay off their mortgages over the coming decades.

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