Boost your finances with a BTL!
Whether it’s a place for the future, a family member or to fund your retirement, buying a property to rent out could help.
There’s just something about property.
In addition to buying your own home, a major milestone for many, owning property to make more of your money can be extremely fulfilling. Buying a place to rent out could give you a potential new source of income now, as well as being a long-term investment for the future.
It can also fit nicely with so many situations in life. You could be approaching retirement and looking for an alternative to investing via a pension, buying a property for your child to live in one day or have as an asset in their name, or looking for ways to diversify your investment portfolio.
Some people buy a property for themselves that they don’t need just yet – perhaps in the place they plan to move to when they retire or start a family. Others simply want do it to as a way to generate an income – simple as that.
Whatever the reason, there’s a strength about property that can draw people to it. Obviously, there are risks – house prices can fall and there are usually mortgage payments to meet whatever happens. Also, you may struggle to find tenants, there are maintenance costs to cover and stamp duty to pay (although the government recently announced in 2020 a temporary holiday on stamp duty on the first £500,000 of property sales across England and Northern Ireland). If you’re interested, then it’s definitely worth talking to Firco Mortgages to see how we could complement your broader financial planning, and to discuss the other options available.
But with that all in mind, many are still pulled to property quite simply because it’s real. You can touch it, and that is what matters.
Potential deals as house prices could fall this year
If you have the urge to buy-to-let, the government’s stamp duty holiday, which runs until the end of March 2021, could make this a good time to act. It could save buyers up to £15,000, based on current stamp duty charges.
It’s therefore a strong incentive for anyone thinking of buying somewhere to rent out.
The government’s 3% stamp duty surcharge on buy-to-let properties still applies, but the recent changes certainly provide a window of opportunity to those who had been considering expanding their property portfolio.
How we could help
Whatever your reason, and whatever your timing, our range of mortgage lenders could have options tht can be tailored to your buy-to-let needs. Here are just some of the benefits we could provide:
- you could take out a buy-to-let mortgage through us for one property or several, expanding your investment as much as you want
- as well as providing mortgage advice for individuals, we can also help with special purpose vehicle (SPV) buy-to-let mortgages
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The above article is purely for information purposes and does not constitute advice.
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