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Many landlords have turned to operating as a limited company for the purposes of buy-to-let (BTL) – a decision that has a definite impact on the deals you can access. For example, some mortgages are not available to BTL limited companies, restricting the choice available. With this reduced range of products it’s more important than ever for you to choose a mortgage deal which is the best fit for you. Fortunately, Moneyfacts.co.uk is here to help.
This buy-to-let limited company mortgage comparison table shows you a selection of mortgages available in the market. It aims to give you an indication of different providers, rates and LTVs available. You can find out more about these mortgages by contacting our preferred broker.
Choosing the best buy-to-let limited company mortgage deal isn’t simply a matter of opting for the lowest interest rate and cheapest monthly repayments. Like their residential mortgage stablemates, buy-to-let mortgages display a tremendous variety in terms of the extra fees you might have to pay, as well as any additional benefits on offer. Ideally, you should consult an experienced mortgage broker who can provide independent expert guidance on which product is best for your needs.