Buy To Let Mortgages
Demand for buy to let mortgages has increased rapidly over the past few years as more and more people have spotted the benefits
of becoming landlords and letting out residential property.
A few years ago, fears over stock market performance turned many investors
away from stocks and shares, in favour of the then booming property market in Berkshire and the rest of the South-East. This brought excellent returns
for many buy to let investors.
Whether you are looking to buy your first property to let, or are an experienced landlord looking to expand an existing property portfolio, the mortgage experts who work with
Berkshire Mortgages have the knowledge and expertise to guide you through the range of buy to let mortgages available today.
Typically you'll need a deposit of 20% but, as always, some flexibility exists and our consultants are well-placed to find the
particular buy to let mortgage that's most suitable for your individual circumstances.
So if you're thinking of taking out a buy to let mortgage, don't leave anything to chance - talk to the experts first.
our online enquiry form and one of our mortgage brokers will
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