Current Mortgage Rate Examples
To help you explore your options, below is a rough guide to some key mortgage criteria, taken from a broad view across the holiday let mortgage market. The following is accurate at the time of writing, but is subject to change:
- Lowest initial interest rates at 60% Loan to Value start at around 2.50%, whereas at 75% Loan to Value, you might expect rates around 3.20% to 3.50%, usually on a variable or fixed rate for a 2 year period, excluding all fees.
- Maximum Loan To Value (LTV) is normally around 75% and whilst slightly higher levels might be possible, they normally result in much higher interest rates.
- Maximum loan size is usually limited to around £1m for low LTV’s and again, whilst higher is possible, it often comes at a cost in terms of interest rate.
- Minimum joint income is normally expected to be above £30,000, but can rise to over £80,000 for the better deals and those mortgages with higher LTV’s or bigger loan sizes. If you are self-employed, expect to be able to demonstrate at least 2 years of good trading results.
Please note that these are examples only and are not any suggestion or guarantee that you will be able to get a mortgage offer. We are just trying to be helpful!
Updated: 1 August 2020
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