A married couple, both full-time landlords were looking to raise finance against one of their recently refurbished rental properties.
The couple had purchased a four-bed house via short term finance and converted it into a six-bed HMO. Completing the transformation within six months, the couple now wanted to refinance the property onto a buy to let mortgage, whilst also raising enough finance to repay the short-term loan.
For most lenders refinancing within six months of purchase is a no go. This particular property type also narrows down the amount of lenders willing to assist.
Fortunately we have access to a specialist intermediary only lender, Keystone, that was willing to look at the case and offered the following terms.
Property value: £185,000
Loan amount: £138,750
Rate: 4.29% 3 year fixed
Term: 20 years interest only
RTI: 145% @ 5.25%
Lender arrangement fee: 2% (£2,775)
Mortgage payment: £496 pcm
Rental income: £2,458 pcm
Gross yield: 15.9% pa
Consultant: Phil Riches
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