Mortgages for Business said 30% of property investors are now taking out a buy-to-let remortgage with a view to expanding their portfolio and growing their cash reserves.
The tool helps landlords and property investors to evaluate potential acquisitions as well as evaluating the potential performance of their existing portfolio for both the short-term and the long-term.
The society has also reintroduced its Family Mortgage.
As income on holiday lets can be seasonal, Roma will allow the borrower to ‘top slice’ actual rent from other provable income.
The guide focuses on the introduction of restrictions to income tax relief on 6 April 2017, which has significantly impacted landlords and the profitability of their portfolios.
This follows its move to re-enter the residential 90% loan-to-value (LTV) market earlier in the month.
Despite seeing a decline, London still accounts for 37% of all disputes lodged so far this year.
Liam Lawlor, Graham Macaulay and Donna-Louise House all take up new roles.
LendInvest is offering its 2-year fixed 75% loan-to-value (LTV) product at a rate of 3.49%, with a maximum loan size of £750,000.
The webinars were organised as part of FIBA’s strategy to help raise standards and professionalism whilst giving advisers a greater understanding of the buy-to-let (BTL) sector.