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“Private Finance provided excellent service securing a remortgage for my property even though it was not a straightforward case. They always kept me updated and was on hand to help and deal with any issues arising. Would definitely recommend Private Finance for their services, offering guidance and support throughout the whole process.”
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With first-hand landlord experience, our expert buy-to-let consultants have the in-house expertise to understand the challenges faced by landlords today. We pair this first-hand experience with vast industry knowledge to help you find an edge in today’s challenging market.
Thousands of landlords trust us with their buy-to-let mortgage needs.
Here are some of the reasons why:
Not only have our consultants arranged thousands of buy-to-let mortgages, but many of them are actually landlords themselves. They use this first-hand experience to understand the nuances of your situation – and then tailor a solution that works for you and your portfolio.
We’re an independent, whole-of-market broker, with strong ties to high-street and private banks, as well as other specialist buy-to-let lenders with direct access to the decision makers. We survey the entire market, leaving no stone unturned to find the right mortgage solution for you.
With an average rating of 4.97/5 from more than 1,800 reviews, we offer an outstanding client experience. We insulate you from the rigmarole of the mortgage process so that you can stay focussed on your investments.
Please remember your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate commercial finance and some forms of buy-to-let mortgages.
A multi-unit freehold – or multi-unit freehold block (MUFB) can sound complex. In its simplest definition, MUFB means a property split into multiple units on one freehold title. Each unit is self-contained with its own private entrance and separate AST (Assured Shorthold Tenancy). Each unit will have its separate Assured Shorthold Tenancy in place. MUFBs differ to Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) properties as HMO’s share the kitchen facility, bathroom and communal space with at least three other tenants.
A MUFB may include:
The choice of lenders offering a MUFB mortgage is less than a conventional buy-to-let mortgage.
Each lender has their own criteria and interest rates can be higher than other buy-to-let products.
We are here to explore the right solution for you and know which lenders will lend.
With multiple units to let, your exposure to rental voids is shared between the units. If one tenant leaves, you continue to receive the remaining rental income from the other units.
Rental yields are generally higher than a typical buy-to-let.
Unlike HMOs, you do not need a licence.
It is important to note, there are also pitfalls and MUFBs generally suit more experienced landlords who know the market well.
A house of multiple occupation (HMO) will have shared facilities. A MUFB will be a property divided into self-contained units with their own kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Yes. Like a normal buy to let, you can own the property as a limited company.
An AST stands for Assured Shorthold Tenancy. Each unit will have its separate Assured Shorthold Tenancy in place.
Properties can be purpose built as an MUFB or converted into one.