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Mortgage Services

Buy to let mortgage advice

Why use a buy to let mortgage broker?

Knowing the lenders

We know the lenders to go to for the best buy to let mortgages – we understand their eligibility criteria, how much they’re prepared to lend, how efficient they are at processing applications, and so we can save you many hours of time and frustration by selecting the most suitable buy to let mortgage lenders for you.

We can also access a wider range of buy to let mortgages than you could as some lenders will only deal with professional buy to let mortgage brokers.

Buy to let mortgage process

When you’re buying an investment property you don’t want to be tied down with lots of paperwork, emails, and phone calls, so we’ve designed a secure customer portal that takes the time and hassle out of suppling the necessary information.

We also liaise with the buy to let mortgage lender on your behalf and keep you fully up to speed throughout the process. Find out more about our mortgage process.

What we charge

We charge nothing to arrange a mortgage renewal with your existing lender (Product Transfer).

For purchase and remortgage applications, we make the following charge: Loan amount less than £60,001, we charge £349. For any loan amount in excess of £60,001, we charge £249.

Landlord insurance

You’re legally required to have buildings insurance in place, and we can arrange a competitive quote for this, but you may also want to consider insurance specific to landlords such as rent protection insurance, which could cover any costs associated with eviction and legal expenses.

Our landlord insurance products have a 5-star Defaqto rating, which highlights the quality and comprehensiveness of their features and benefits.

Your home or property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some aspects of buy to let mortgages.