Following the success of previous reports on the HMO market (2016), and a snapshot of the Private Rented Sector (PRS) (2017), we are pleased to introduce this latest piece of research on the current Buy-to-Let (BTL) market, which explores the impact of several recent government and regulatory changes.
Set against the shifting sands of national policy, the issues discussed are key for brokers, and the professional investor & landlord community.
The 2018 Shawbrook BTL Report delivers clarity on what this means for a sector that remains a critical component of the UK housing landscape.
Residential Buy-to-let finance
At Shawbrook Bank, we’re proud to do business differently. We don’t just focus on the property, but also look to develop a deep understanding of you as a customer, and what you’re trying to achieve.
Working with a network of broker partners, we’ll get to know you and your circumstances. That way, we can help you achieve the best outcome whether you’re buying a new investment, refinancing an existing property or portfolio, or raising additional funds.
The dedicated Shawbrook teams have a range of experience from across the lending landscape, with expertise in a diverse spread of property types
Our Commercial mortgage benefits
*Current LIBOR: 0.80%. Please note that Shawbrook Bank applies a minimum rate of 0.75% to the term rate margin.
We are committed to building relationships that support a sustainable future. That’s why we offer existing Shawbrook customers a 0.25% discount on their rate margin OR their arrangement fee for any subsequent mortgage with us.*
*On our Residential products, this discount is available up to a loan size of £750,000
Our mortgage products are available via a network of independent brokers - professional intermediaries whose job is to suggest the mortgage that’s best for you, and who can recommend products from any provider.
Although your application must be packaged and presented by an approved Shawbrook broker partner, we are happy to give you information about our products through this website, explain our products over the phone, or answer queries via email. So please feel free to get in touch.
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Our commercial mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority or the Prudential Regulation Authority.
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