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Whether you’re building a property empire or looking to buy your first buy to let property, we have got you covered. Buying a property to let can be a good way to bring in a regular income, and getting the right mortgage can make a big difference.
Buy to let mortgages are similar to residential home loans, but there are some important differences you need to understand, particularly if you are looking to buy your first investment property, which our professional buy to let mortgage advisors can help you with.
Our mortgage brokers can provide you with expert buy to let advice, and help you understand the latest changes to the buy to let market and how they may affect you. They will talk you through all your available options and compare a range of buy to let deals, to ensure that you get the right mortgage product for your investment plans and individual circumstances, completely free of charge and obligation.
Once you have chosen to proceed with your application, we will also handle all the necessary paperwork, removing the stress and hassle from you.
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If you buy a second property that is not your main residence, you will have to pay stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on it. The amount you will pay is dependent on the purchase price of the property as detailed below:
Less than £125,000: 3%
£125,001 – £250,000: 5%
£250,001 – £925,000: 8%
£925,001 – £1.5 million: 13%
£1.5 million+: 15%
Information correct as of April 2017 – Source:www.gov.uk/stamp-duty-land-tax...
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