Exclusive Product – Holiday Home Buy To Let Mortgage – Should You Invest?

With the Holiday Home Buy to Let industry still growing, and with no expectations it will abate soon, now might be the time for professional landlords to expand their portfolio. For those only now considering entering the property investment market, there are mortgage products available to first time landlords.

With many of our clients snapping up short term rental Holiday Let properties, we were delighted to be given access to this semi-exclusive mortgage product from one of our lending partners.

This product is only available through a select number of mortgage brokers.

Please note there are literally 1000's more Holiday Buy to Let mortgage products available, so do get in touch if this is something you are thinking about.

Holiday Lets or typical Buy to Lets (long term let) each have their own pros and cons and it is down to you to decide which suits your own individual circumstances. For those wanting to learn more read our article 'Holiday Let Mortgage: what you need to know!'


Eligibility for any mortgage is dependent on a number of factors, speak to a broker to discuss further.

Product Fees Further info
Best Rate - 2.36%
2 year discounted rate
£299 lender arrangement fee (can be added to the loan)
  • Maximum 75% loan to value.
  • Repayment and interest only options available.
  • Maximum loan size £1 million.
  • Mortgage is portable.
  • Available to properties in England and Wales.
  • Rental calculation from 130% at 6.20%.

Subject to status and further lending criteria apply. Eligibility is dependant on a number of factors, speak to a broker to discuss further. Application must be submitted by close of business 18th March 2022.

Contact us today for personal mortgage advice and a quote, call 01603 340644 or email [email protected]

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