Buy to Let
At JRM Mortgage Solutions, we have clients all over the UK who are both experienced landlords, and also first time landlords. With regular changes in the Buy to Let market, it’s more essential than ever, to get the right advice.
With our expert knowledge, and our contacts within the mortgage industry, we can find the very best mortgage deal for you, and can then help you to either grow your existing portfolio, or take the first steps to becoming an experienced landlord.
UNDERSTANDING THE MARKET
Buy to let mortgages are very different to residential mortgages, with many things to consider, including the size of your deposit, and also interest rates, which are typically higher than residential mortgage rates. We will guide you through the process at a speed that suits you, depending on your experience within the Buy to Let market.
MAXIMISING YOUR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
Securing the right Buy to Let mortgage is essential, in order to maximise potential profits. JRM Mortgage Solutions can advise you of all the different types of mortgages available for Buy to Let, as well as the advantages/disadvantages.
In order to make the most from your Buy to Let investments, we’ll keep in touch with you throughout the mortgage term, regularly reviewing your circumstances, and advising you of any changes in the market that may affect you financially, or even benefit you further.
PROTECTING YOUR INVESTMENT(S)
As a landlord and an owner of property, it is essential to protect your assets with the relevant insurances, in order to alleviate any potential problems that could occur if the unforeseen was to arise. We’ll provide you with expert advice in this area, and have the resources and contacts to ensure that all of your assets are sufficiently protected.
Want to know more about Buy to Let?
Give us a call on 0330 333 9990 or email email@example.com
*We do not provide advice on 2nd charge mortgages or bridging loans.*
*Where customers have a need for these types of loan we will refer you to a specialist broker.*
*Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.*