Apply for a new Buy to Let mortgage
You may already be a landlord with a healthy portfolio of Buy to Let properties, or you could just be starting out. Either way, we’re sure we can help you with your Buy to Let mortgage.
Take a look at our product and criteria guide to give you more information on our interest rates, product features and requirements.
If you’re not sure on something or you’re ready to apply, you can call our expert Buy to Let team on 0800 545 3021 who are ready to help.
Why choose TMW?
Here at TMW, we work to ensure you have a broad choice of products that could meet your needs. Here’s some of the key features of our product range:
- Lending up to 80% of the loan to value (LTV) of your property
- No minimum personal income requirement
- No maximum age, if you’re an experienced landlord borrowing 65% LTV or less
- Choice of 2, 5 or 10 year deal periods
Our minimum criteria
To take out a mortgage, remortgage or borrow more with us, you’ll need to meet the following criteria:
- Over 21 years old
- A UK resident with at least 3 years UK address history
- Borrowing a minimum of £25,001
- Buying a property in England, Wales or Mainland Scotland
Want to apply or need some support?
It’s easy to get started. Our team are experts in all things Buy to Let mortgages here at TMW and are ready and waiting to discuss your options with you. Just give them a call on 0800 545 3021.
One of our team will personally own your case, providing as much support as you need and keep you informed on the progress of your application. Getting you a Buy to Let mortgage quickly and easily is important to us.
If you need advice, contact your broker or an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA).
Rental yield calculator
Use this calculator to see how much gross rental yield your Buy to Let property may bring in.Rental yield calculator
Tax relief changes for landlords
See our information and use our handy tax relief changes calculator to understand how this may affect you.Tax relief information
How to Let guide
View this guide produced by the government to help you understand the responsibilities when becoming a landlord.Read How to Let guide
Mortgages are secured on your property. You could lose your property if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage.