How to save £3,368 in BTL mortgage payments over two years

Is your initial rate period about to finish or are you already paying the BM Solutions' higher reversion rate? Are you struggling to remortgage elsewhere because your rental income no longer meets lenders' stricter Rent to Interest calculation?

If you answered YES to either or both questions, and are looking to remortgage on a like for like basis, please call us ASAP to discuss switching to a better rate. Call 0345 345 6788 now.

Switching is quick and easy and you could be on a better rate in a couple of days, potentially saving you £££s.

Crucially, there is no underwriting involved which is great because:

  • Saves time and money.
  • No legal fees.
  • No valuation fees. Your property will be valued using the Halifax Price Index.
  • BM Solutions will use the rent to interest (RTI) calculation applied to your existing product and not it’s new, tougher one of 145% @ 5.5%.

Please note this only applies to customer remortgaging on a like-for-like basis.

Still not convinced? Here's an example of how switching could save you money:

Say you have a mortgage of £150k on which you are currently paying BM Solutions’ rate of 4.59%. Assuming this rate stays the same, over the next two years you would pay £13,770 interest.

However, if you switched to say, the BM Solutions’ 2 year fixed rate of 3.29% (4.8% APR) at 60% LTV plus lender arrangement fee of £499, over the two years you would pay £9,903 interest including the fee.

That's a massive overall saving of £3,368 over two years.

There are plenty of other buy to let mortgages from BM Solutions with LTVs available up to 75%, so give us a call now to find a rate that works best for you. And let’s get switching…


Please note
: If you are looking to remortgage and raise capital, the product transfer is not available. But there are options, so do get in touch.

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