Category: Mortgages

Twice as many buy-to-let mortgage products for limited companies as last year

According to a May 2017 MortgageIntroducer.com article, the number of buy-to-let mortgage deals for limited companies has doubled in a year. Landlords have faced

How to make buy-to-let investments profitable

According to Mollie Milman, writing on the website SimplyBusiness.co.uk in May 2017, there are three reasons why it can still be profitable to invest in

Tips for investing in co-working office space

Co-working office space are ones rented to people who work for different companies. Largely unknown 10 years ago, there has been a

Student accommodation investments unaffected by university application drop

Following the Brexit decision, the number of students applying for university places has gone down, but this has not affected the level of student accommodation investments. Applications for

Is it worth buying single rooms?

Landlords are facing increasing costs due to higher tax bills and stamp duty. In order to stay profitable, landlords are looking at ways to

Increase in buy-to-let enquiries from ex-pats noted

A number of commercial mortgage brokers have reported an increase in the number of ex-pats wanting to invest in the British

The importance of ‘proptech’ in commercial property

Proptech, a word that describes how technology is being used in the commercial property market, is something of a buzzword in the sector at the moment, but what does it mean and how should it be used? A recent meeting in

FT gives tips for investing in complex buy-to-let property

In May 2017, the Financial Times (FT) published its guide to investing in complex buy-to-let property. Simple buy-to-let properties are houses and

Buy-to-let landlords turn to commercial property

Many buy-to-let landlords faced with mounting costs are looking at the commercial property market to diversify their investments. Commercial property includes offices, workshops

Brexit has not affected lending for commercial property

The De Montfort University Commercial Property Report found that the Brexit negotiations have so far not had an effect on the number of loans for