Buy to let mortgage advice NI
What is a buy to let mortgage?
There are two reasons you may buy a property, either as a place to live, in which case you will require a residential mortgage; or as an investment.
If you’re buying the property to rent out and earn an income, banks require you to have a buy-to-let mortgage. Buy to let mortgages in Northern Ireland are typically more expensive that residential mortgages as lenders look for a deposit of between 25% – 40%.
How to apply for a BTL mortgage
Applying for a mortgage can be difficult and time consuming. Furthermore, if you were to approach a high street bank for a mortgage, they’re limited on the deals they can offer you.
With a buy to let mortgage in NI there are a few things to consider; such as the deposit you want to put down, whether you require the mortgage to be interest-only, along with any tax implications of having a rental property. As mortgage brokers, we have access to a panel of over 100 lenders, so we can compare the entire market and find the best deal for your circumstances.
We’re experts in this field and are not happy until you are – so reach out and speak to us to continue, or even start the journey of building your property portfolio.
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