Buy to Let mortgages from TMW

Due to the government’s Coronavirus announcement on Monday 23rd March, the Buy to Let team phone line is not available until further notice. To apply for a new mortgage, you can email us at

Here at TMW, we work to ensure you have a broad range of options. Whether you’re looking to purchase a new property, want to remortgage or need to borrow more, our product range has been crafted with you in mind.

If you’re an existing TMW customer and want to switch your mortgage, please go to our switch your mortgage page.

Our mortgage rates

  • 2 year fixed rates starting from 1.24% 
  • 5 year rates starting from 1.79%
  • 10 year rates starting from 2.74% 

Take a look at our guide to give you more information on our best rates, product features and requirements.

Buy to Let rate and criteria guide

Key features

Here’s some of the key features of our Buy to Let products:

  • Lending up to 80% of the value (LTV) of your property
  • Choice of 2, 5 or 10 year deal periods
  • Variety of fee and LTV options
  • Range of benefits available, including free valuations, free standard legals and cashback
  • Dedicated limited company, large portfolio, let to buy and houses in multiple occupation (HMO) rates.

Our product range

In our range of mortgages we offer the following:

  • Standard Buy to Let
  • First time landlord
  • Houses in Multiple Occupation
  • Limited Company – a company set up solely for buying, letting and selling of property
  • Portfolio - landlords who have four or more mortgaged Buy to Let UK properties
  • Let to Buy - when you want to let out the property you currently live in, so you can purchase a new residential property.

Take a look at our rates

Check out our best rates, product features and requirements.

Buy to Let rate and criteria guide

Ready to apply or have a question?

Email the Buy to Let team at to discuss your options.

Request a call back

If you need advice, contact your broker or an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA)

All Buy to Let mortgages are subject to underwriting and criteria.

Mortgages are secured on your property. You could lose your property if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage.