Buy to Let in Ltd Company name – New specialist lender

Buy to Let in Ltd Company name – New specialist lender

9:41 AM, 10th May 2016, About 6 years ago 11

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foundation home loans Buy to LetNew lender, Foundation Home Loans, has launched into the Buy to Let market specialising in criteria for investing in the name of a Limited Company post clause 24.

This niche will in particular allow new investors to start by avoiding the mortgage interest relief penalties of borrowing in a personal capacity without a mark up in rates over standard products.

I met with their Director of Business Development last week and Foundation have sprung from the old Gmac team who were massive pre credit crisis. The idea is to launch with niche criteria USPs to assist Landlords in the new evolving Buy to Let market.

Key Criteria:

  • Limited Company interest rates the same as personal BTL
  • First time landlords accepted
  • No minimum income
  • No minimum time employed or self employed
  • Maximum age 85
  • Max 75% LTV
  • Stress testing at pay rate for 5 year products or 5.25% and @ 125% interest cover
  • No Credit Score
  • Remortgage from a Bridge inside 3 months at open market value

Standard products at 75% Loan to Value start at 3.69% for a 2 year fixed, 3.89% for a 3 year fixed and 4.39% for a 5 year fixed. All available in the name of a Limited Company SPV for the purpose of property rental.

Foundation will also consider customers with light adverse credit eg a satisfied default and one missed mortgage payment at a slightly higher rate.

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by Sean Graveney

9:21 AM, 15th May 2016, About 6 years ago

Rate reverts to Libor plus 4.5% at end of term. May be worth considering as wont there be less scope for remortgaging elsewhere? Current Libor is low at 1.2% but was at 4% five years ago.


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