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  • Buy to Let mortgage lending reaches highest level since 2007 | Mortgages for Business
    Case Studies Complex Buy to Let Index Buy to Let Mortgage Product Index Buy to Let Mortgage Costs Index Limited Company Buy to Let Index Property Investor Survey Money Markets FAQs FirstRate MFB TV Helping brokers with Buy to let mortgages Commercial mortgages Property development finance Bridging short term finance Case processing BrokerBusiness Case Studies Consulting Buy to Let Lending Mortgage Flow Published Research News Insight Buy to let mortgages Commercial Mortgages Property Development Finance Bridging Short Term Finance Residential Mortgages About Meet the team Our approach Awards Testimonials Careers Contact us 0845 345 6788 Share News Insight Buy to Let mortgage lending reaches highest level since 2007 16 02 16 Written by Andy Elley New data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders CML shows that while buy to let lending experienced a slight quarter to quarter decrease in Q4 overall in 2015 year on year buy to let lending was at its highest since 2007 The CML has reported that its latest figures reveal a mixed picture across all types of lending including buy to let lending In December gross buy to let figures showed month on month decreases down by 3 in volume and 3 in value Similarly in Q4 2015 gross buy to let lending experienced a slight quarter to quarter decrease down 1 on volume and 1 on value Overall in 2015 however gross buy to let lending saw a year on year increase of 28 by volume and 39 by value as such hitting its highest level since 2007 Jeremy Duncombe director Legal General Mortgage Club said Lending saw significant growth in 2015 as increasing house prices necessitated the uptake of larger loans to secure properties Buy to Let and remortgage business were significant contributors to this annual growth as more people sought to make

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  • HMOs – what are they and how to finance them | Mortgages for Business
    It s worth noting that all councils can add other conditions to your licence such as improving the standard of facilities You will be informed of all the required conditions when you apply Should you dispute any of the conditions you can take them up with the Residential Property Tribunal The penalty for renting out a licensable HMO without a licence is a fine of up to 20 000 Keeping the peace When you have a number of unrelated individuals and or households living together under one roof you are likely to come across some differences of opinions It is crucial you set out some house rules to stop any conflict You will also have to consider extra costs such as locks on doors Licensed HMO Finding a lender for a licensed HMO is fairly straightforward although each lender has its own preferences on The number of bedrooms Most lenders offering HMO mortgages will go to five bedrooms If your HMO is much larger your choice of lender will be restricted to the specialists or the high street banks which will price the borrowing on commercial rather than buy to let terms Types of tenant Lenders are not supposed to discriminate but some lenders steer clear of students or tenants in receipt of benefits because they are perceived to be a higher risk However John Heron managing director of Paragon Mortgages believes that there is no causational link between the type of tenant and whether or not the rent is more or less likely to be paid On purchase applications I would question how a lender could possibly know who the tenants are likely to be and how would they enforce tenant type anyway How the property is valued As you probably know letting a property to multiple occupants households usually generates more than rental income than letting to a single household Some lenders really get this concept and will use the investment value when making a lending decision Other lenders will only use valuers that value property on a comparable basis so if an HMO is located close to other HMOs an investment value will be given If however a property is the only HMO in the area the valuation will be based on the price achieved if it were purchased as a single dwelling This can severely restrict the amount that can be borrowed Non licensed HMOs also known as multi lets Some lenders prefer to call HMOs which do not require a licence multi lets because the terms non licensed or unlicensed carry negative connotations which suggest that the landlord is avoiding getting a licence even though one is not actually required Most of the lenders that provide finance for licensed HMOs will also finance multi lets but will value the property as a single dwelling only as it does not benefit from enhanced planning or an HMO licence HMO mortgage availability According to Mortgage Flow our bespoke buy to let mortgage sourcing system around a quarter

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  • Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 11 – Throwing toys out of prams | Mortgages for Business
    happens and thus it would be quite nice for me to speak to them organise our arrangements going forwards etc I didn t hear anything for two weeks so I went back last Monday and put in the same request On Friday and I will be the first to admit that I was having a bad day I still hadn t heard back I also chased my solicitor to find out where they were up to and was informed that they hadn t heard from the vendor s solicitor for over three weeks despite chasing And that s when it happened I sent the estate agent a snottogram of epic proportions saying that if I hadn t heard back regarding the tenant and the vendor s solicitor hadn t made contact with mine by close of business today I was withdrawing my offer So today is that day i e Monday and I am genuinely willing to ditch the whole thing if I don t see any movement It s also worth mentioning more to demonstrate that people are so full of it than anything else that when the agent got my email all of a sudden they leapt into action and have managed to get me tenants contact details and AND as luck would have it the vendor s solicitors confirmed that the information they have been waiting for to enable them to reply to my solicitor had just landed on their desk My a e it had The deadline for my solicitor to hear back still stands so let s see Now you may think that I am being ridiculous as the odds of me finding another property and getting it across the line before 1st April is non existent And you would be right However first of all I can t stand being messed around and dare I say it lied to However taking the emotional element out of this the longer this goes on the more costs I am incurring and to be blunt if this isn t going to happen before the deadline then it s not happening at all that or the vendor would need to be willing to take a haircut on the purchase price and I am not willing to throw more money at something which looks like it may not happen So that s where we are I may have had another look at Range Rovers over the weekend just to make myself feel better of course Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase 2 12 2015 Part 1 It was that or a Range Rover 4 12 2015 Part 2 I ve made 800 already and I haven t got the mortgage yet 7 12 2015 Part 3 The demise of Nathaniel Pig 8 12 2015 Part 4 Call off the dogs 11 12 2015 Part 5 bank account 17 12 2015 Part 6 Business bank account interview or Center Parcs 21 12 2015 Part 7 Reality bites 29 12

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  • Councils criticised for delaying property searches and poor service | Mortgages for Business
    Stamp Duty Calculator Research Case Studies Complex Buy to Let Index Buy to Let Mortgage Product Index Buy to Let Mortgage Costs Index Limited Company Buy to Let Index Property Investor Survey Money Markets FAQs FirstRate MFB TV Helping brokers with Buy to let mortgages Commercial mortgages Property development finance Bridging short term finance Case processing BrokerBusiness Case Studies Consulting Buy to Let Lending Mortgage Flow Published Research News Insight Buy to let mortgages Commercial Mortgages Property Development Finance Bridging Short Term Finance Residential Mortgages About Meet the team Our approach Awards Testimonials Careers Contact us 0845 345 6788 Share News Insight Councils criticised for delaying property searches and poor service 15 02 16 Written by Beckie Pepperrell The Property Codes Compliance Board PCCB the regulator for the Search Code of Practice has said that certain councils are delaying housing sales due to the very poor service they provide Local authorities and private sector search companies routinely use the LLC1 and CON29 search documents to provide conveyancers with the necessary information about properties during property transactions However the PCCB has warned that while the majority provide a good service a growing number of local authorities are performing woefully Kate Davis Chairman of the PCCB said We re very concerned that the home buying and selling public are being adversely affected by very poor performance by some local authorities and in some cases transactions are breaking down due to the delays If you live in Wiltshire for example it is an accident of geography if a lawyer can expect to receive searches back in six days or six weeks and this is totally unacceptable Kate Faulkner a PCCB board member who also runs the online service Propertychecklists is reported as saying that the last thing that prospective homebuyers and sellers need

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  • Investor Update Newsletter Sign Up | Mortgages for Business
    Discounted Tracker Rates HMO Mortgage Rates Limited Company Rates Buy to Let Mortgage Calculator Buy to Let Tax Calculator Commercial mortgages Commercial mortgages Rates fees How to apply Business mortgages Commercial investment mortgages Non Residential Stamp Duty Calculator Property Development Finance Property development finance Rates Loans Fees How to apply Refurbishment finance Bridging short term finance Bridging short term finance Bridging loans Refurbishment finance Auction Finance Residential mortgages Residential mortgages Rates Loans Fees How to apply Types of mortgage Residential Stamp Duty Calculator Research Case Studies Complex Buy to Let Index Buy to Let Mortgage Product Index Buy to Let Mortgage Costs Index Limited Company Buy to Let Index Property Investor Survey Money Markets FAQs FirstRate MFB TV Helping brokers with Buy to let mortgages Commercial mortgages Property development finance Bridging short term finance Case processing BrokerBusiness Case Studies Consulting Buy to Let Lending Mortgage Flow Published Research News Insight Buy to let mortgages Commercial Mortgages Property Development Finance Bridging Short Term Finance Residential Mortgages About Meet the team Our approach Awards Testimonials Careers Contact us 0845 345 6788 Share Subscribe to our Investor Update Subscribe to our Investor Update Fill in the form to subscribe to our Investor Update the weekly email newsletter designed to help property investors and landlords keep up to date with the latest goings on in buy to let commercial mortgage property development and bridging finance Includes news on products and lenders case studies plus all the latest research to help you benchmark your property investments Please note we will not pass your details on to any third parties You can unsubscribe at any time see below First Name Please provide your first name Last Name Please provide your last name Email address Please provide a valid email address Telephone Submit Get in contact with

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  • Terms and conditions | Mortgages for Business
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    up 19 per cent in UK Two thirds of landlords now planning to buy new BTL properties London property market suffers from low housing supply Private rented sector value to top 1 trillion Axis Bank completes first 2 BTL deals with Mortgages for Business London returns are high but buy to let future is heading north HSBC lists UK s buy to let hotspots FCA issues another buy to let gaming warning 49 per cent of students think renting is good value Buy to let returns could drop by 60 per cent experts warn Aldermore slashes two year buy to let deals June Precise Mortgages boosts max buy to let loan size Attention shifts to buy to let markets London plans 1 000 new rental properties Four in five tenants satisfied with current landlords Buy to let boom leads to fewer houses on sale House purchase lending experienced 16 per cent monthly growth in March Are HMOs the answer to mortgage woes Private sector rents hit new high Should landlords sacrifice buy to let tax breaks UK rents are on the rise but so are tenant incomes First time landlords benefit from more buy to let deals Number of elderly landlords on the increase Scotland offers some of the best buy to let returns Is buy to let being used to avoid financial regulations New Foundation product includes pay rate in rental calculation Keystone s buy to let contract with Aldermore ends Keystone launches New Classic Range with Landbay Yields slide as loan to value ratio cools July Summer Budget 2015 and the implications for landlords How the restriction of relief on BTL mortgage interest will affect landlords Summer Budget Should buy to let mortgage holders panic FAQs on buy to let mortgages for limited companies How Private Rental Property Licences affect landlords applying for a buy to let mortgage Buy to let from personal to limited company ownership First 3 cases offered with Keystone s New Classic Range Over 100 different mortgage products for limited companies to greet Budget BTL tax clampdown Councils to deliver local plan by 2017 1 August 2015 Bank Rate speculations spark mortgage rate rises September 2015 Keystone launches Short Term Finance Range 78 of home owners on variable rate mortgages fail to budget for rate rise Rapid growth of buy to let lending puts sector in spotlight Aldermore improves let to buy lending criteria Bank of England maintains Bank Rate at 0 5 NatWest targets professional landlords with new buy to let offering Construction industry experiences sudden decline in output Front Events brings popular Financial Services Expo to Cardiff Keystone launches range of commercial owner occupier mortgages New housing development plans face opposition from local councils Aldermore expands bridging offering Expert urges landlords to seek regular advice from mortgage brokers Heavyweight lender Jerrold Holdings Group announces new brand identity Council of Mortgage Lenders urges government to consider impact of proposals on buy to let sector Rental market grew steadily in Q3 Expert believes current housing market mirrors that of 1998 Buy to let sales up by 54 House prices rise by 4 2 year on year Remortgage approvals jump 29 in a year Aldermore lowers buy to let and residential mortgages rates Landlords mortgage options jump to new record even as yields stall Important compliance deadlines for landlords Vince Cable comes out in support of Chancellor s crackdown on Buy to Let market October 2015 Shawbrook introduces new regulated bridging mortgage products Council of Mortgage Lenders reports drop of 16 in interest only loans Developers look to align themselves with lenders ahead of MCD September house sales strongest since 2007 Bank of England votes to leave interest rates unchanged at 0 5 Precise Mortgages loosens lending criteria while peer to peer lender Landbay joins CML Clampdown on councils failing to build new homes as Government introduces new housing bill Bridging finance up by 33 in Q3 Paragon launches enhanced product for professional landlords Tipton 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and Precise unveil exclusive buy to let mortgages Council of Mortgages Lenders predicts first rate hike to be postponed until 2017 Hidden fees a thing of the past as lenders agree to simplify jargon Investing in buy to let Trading Ltd Co s versus SPV Ltd Co s Buy to let lending booms at Paragon Very popular buy to let mortgage about to be withdrawn NatWest raises loan to income cap on loans under 85 LTV February will be too late Three percentage point rise in stamp duty for buy to let and second homes New stamp duty calculator compares rates pre and post 1 April 2016 October sees a decline in first time buyer activity Bank Rate needs to reach 3pc to adversely impact market say mortgage brokers Cut to tax relief results in Barclays upping rental cover ratio December 2015 Capital Gains Tax and tax schemes will they work Bank of England cites buy to let boom as a risk to financial stability Over half of new build homes too small for modern family life Diary of a buy to let purchase Part 1 It was that or a Range Rover October s figures show a 3 5 rise in average deposits Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 2 I ve made 800 already and I haven t got the mortgage yet Average buyer 4 500 better off under new stamp duty structure Ask Paul Why does pricing differ between limited company and personal rates Transferring your BTL property from personal to Ltd Co ownership Borrowing through a newly set up limited company Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 3 The demise of Nathaniel Pig Mortgage lending rose by 11pc in Q3 Despite dip in monthly growth house prices reach record high Overall purchase approvals rise while lending to small deposit borrowers remains static Lower returns predicted for commercial property in 2015 Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 5 effing bank account Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 4 Call off the dogs Mortgages for Business Keystone Buy to Let Mortgages shortlisted for raft of awards Four ways to raise capital to purchase a business or investment property Paragon launches new range to appeal to professional landlords Buy to let lending policy on freehold and leasehold ownership Foundation Homes Loans revises offering to benefit limited company landlords Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 6 Business bank account interview or Center Parcs CML warns policymakers of potential risks to private rented sector CML forecasts healthy housing and mortgage market for 2016 Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 7 Reality bites RICS predicts house prices will climb 6 in 2016 40pc of letting agents predict fall in rental supply The good and the bad of buy to let mortgage lending in 2015 Why you can t transfer personally owned rental property to an SPV Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 8 The Method Behind the Madness 2016 January Government to commission smaller property developers Keystone Classic Range sets application deadline for purchases Landlords raise 50k via crowdfunding campaign to fight Government s buy to let tax changes Keystone to accept first time landlords and trading businesses Ltd Co BTL transactions rose sharply in Q4 2015 LGA housing developers should be fined when works stall Changes in tax regime prompt lenders to revise buy to let offerings BTL purchases could outstrip remortgages in Q1 2016 Diary of a Buy to Let Purchase Part 9 Join me in a buy to let fist pump Stricter buy to let stress tests as lenders prepare for changes ahead Stamp Duty Land Tax the low down so far for landlords and property investors Strong upward trend in rental market across the UK Commercial rental values in 2015 grew at steepest rate since recession Bank of England base rate to remain at 0 5pc Smaller property developers struggling to access finance Landlords doing nothing is not an option Self cert mortgages available as new lender opens its doors Buy To Let app now available to Android users Carney waylays expectations of imminent rate rise Annual gross mortgage lending at highest since 2008 Metro Bank refreshes product 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