Mortgage advisers expect no decrease in buy-to-let purchase activity once the stamp duty land tax (SDLT) holiday comes to an end, according to research by Pepper Money.
The value of the average BTL portfolio has risen by almost £40,000 in the past 12 months.
The government’s revenue-raising measure may impact the private rented sector (PRS), according to PayProp.
TSB has made a number of rate reductions on products within its buy-to-let and remortgage ranges.
The vast majority of landlords are expected to continue to focus on urban properties rather than rural investments, according to the National Landlord Index published by Accommodation.co.uk.
SPF Private Clients has incorporated a portfolio of more than 330 buy-to-let properties into a single company vehicle.
In addition, it has reduced its standard valuation and homebuyers fees, with the intention to offer greater support to landlords.
The function is a six step online process and applies to residential customers who live in their own home, residential landlords and brokers.
An estimated 75% of tenants have a good or very good relationship with their landlords, according to lettings management platform Mashroom.
Metro Bank has added a number of products at 85% and 90% LTV.