80% LTV for Trading Ltd co. Buy to Let

by Howard Reuben CeMap CeRER

10:57 AM, 23rd October 2018
About 2 years ago

80% LTV for Trading Ltd co. Buy to Let

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80% LTV for Trading Ltd co. Buy to Let

Keystone Property Finance now have a very landlord friendly product and criteria range. In particular they will consider Trading Limited company applications (not just SPVs) for up to 80% Loan to Value and they will stress test the portfolio at a notional 5.5% and 125% interest cover.

This means you can borrow £174.55 for every £1 of monthly rental income up to a maximum of 80% with no maximum portfolio size. They will also consider Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP) along with the usual Single Purpose Vehicles (SPV) with one sic code.

At 80% LTV product options include:

2 year fixed @ 3.75% reverting to LIBOR + 4.90% and early repayment charges (ERC) of 3% in yr 1, 2% in yr 2 Loan sizes £50k to £500k

3 year fixed @ 4.05% reverting to LIBOR + 4.90% and ERC of 5% in yr 1, 4% in yr 2, 3% in yr 3 Loan sizes £50k to £500k

5 year fixed @ 4.15% reverting to LIBOR + 4.90% and ERC of 5% in yr 1, 4% in yr 2, 3% in yr 3, 2% in yrs 4 & 5 Loan sizes £50k to £500k

LIBOR rate is currently quoted at 0.80%

HMO and Multi-Unit properties have a maximum Loan to Value of 75% at a reduced interest rate to the above.

Limited Company criteria includes:

  • No minimum trading period for new SPV’s
  • Trading Ltd Co’s – minimum 2 years trading
  • Up to 4 applicants
  • LLP’s accepted
  • No fixed or floating charges or debentures

Standard Property Criteria at 80% LTV includes:

  • England and Wales
  • Minimum value £75,000
  • New build flats at 75% LTV
  • Flats adjacent to or immediately above commercial premises
  • Studio flats – min 30 sqm
  • Properties with flying freehold
  • Standard construction
  • Wimpey no fines – after 1946
  • Ex-Local Authority properties
  • DSS tenants accepted

If you require assistance with this or any other type of Buy to Let finance please do not hesitate to contact me using the form below.

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