Buy to Let

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If you want to make some money on your property and let it out as a landlord, you will need a Buy-to-Let mortgage. Here you will find all the basics of buying to let.

If it sounds like something suited to you, get in touch today for free impartial advice, and Select Mortgages can help you along the way.

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Mortgages to suit you We've handpicked the mortgage types that best suits you. Scroll through the different mortgages on offer. If one takes your interest, then dont waste your time and click the find out more button. Find out the pros and cons of the chosen mortgage type.
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  • Corporate Mortgages

    Otherwise known as a commercial mortgage, this type of mortgage is a loan for a property that you do not…

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  • Ltd Company Mortgages

    A Ltd Company mortgage is a kind of Buy-To-Let (link to buy to let) mortgage, the difference being that you…

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  • Capital Raising

    Capital raising is a way of re-mortgaging your home in order to release funds for other purposes. These funds could…

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  • Buy-to-Let Mortgages

    This is for when you want to purchase a property with the intent to rent it out

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  • 95% Mortgages

    This is a loan which covers 95% of the value of the property you are looking to buy. These mortgages…

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  • Cashback Mortgage

    A cashback mortgage is one which offers a cash bonus for choosing certain lenders. This cash can be anything from…

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  • Capped Rate Mortgage

    A capped rate mortgage is a type of variable rate mortgage (link back to variable rate). The difference with this…

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  • Interest Only Mortgage

    With this mortgage, your repayments are only paying back the interest each month. This will make your monthly repayments smaller.…

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  • Fixed Rate Mortgages

    This mortgage means the interest rate (and monthly repayments) will stay the same for a specified period of time. This…

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Things to consider We've handpicked the mortgage types that best suits you. Scroll through the different mortgages on offer. If one takes your interest, then dont waste your time and click the find out more button. Find out the pros and cons of the chosen mortgage type.
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  • Things to think about when buying to let

    Your mortgage offer will be dependent on how much rental income you expect to get from the property, so be…

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  • Is it cheaper to rent or buy a house?

    This is entirely dependant on your situation. In the long run, it can be cheaper and can gain greater returns…

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  • Pay nothing on stamp duty in England, Wales & Scotland

    Updates made to Stamp Duty means that first time buyers (England, Northern Ireland and Wales) will not have to pay…

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  • Stamp Duty Explained – What is Stamp Duty?

    Stamp Duty is a government tax that buyers must pay on property and land. This tax is only paid on…

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  • Questions to ask when buying a house

    Why is the owner selling the house? How long has the property been up for sale? Exactly what is included…

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  • How to improve your credit score

    There are many ways to improve your credit score to boost your chances of getting accepted for a better mortgage…

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