Tag Archives: holiday let

The Wrong Mortgage

It still happens too frequently that, in pursuit of a cheap interest rate, people will use an inappropriate mortgage product, intentionally misleading the lender.. Essentially, in the minds of mortgage lenders, there are 4 uses for your property and the mortgage lender arranges pricing and mortgage terms and conditions in accordance with the risk that [read more]

What is a holiday let mortgage?

What is a holiday let mortgage?

Mortgages offered on a holiday let basis contain clauses specific to the business of holiday letting. So, as an example, their mortgage offers contain a clause disallowing any form of long term letting on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) basis. So the property can be used as a holiday but cannot be used as a [read more]

Renovation Mortgage: Refurbishment of an unlettable property in Scotland

Bridging finance

Renovation Mortgage Case Study Ben’s Case. We were contacted by an inexperienced developer, that was looking for some finance to purchase an unlettable, renovation property in the Argyll and Bute area of Scotland. The property was a large 9 bed detached property. The purchase price was £600,000 A local NHBC registered builder had already provided [read more]

Buy to Let vs Holiday Let

Holiday let cottage

It is important to understand the differences between these two categories. Just because the both involve letting does not mean that they are similar; in fact the word “let” is possibly the only similarity. The law, taxation and finance for these including much of the underwriting rationale for the finance are quite different Let us [read more]