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Initial rate 1.60%
Monthly cost £607 for 28 months
Overall cost 3.7% APRC
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Monthly cost £628 for 28 months
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NatWest offer various buy to let mortgages to help prospective landlords buy their first rental property or allow current landlords to refinance or expand their portfolio.

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NatWest’s buy to let finance offers several different options to borrowers allowing them to control how much they repay each month. This can make a big difference to how much of a return you earn on your investment.

Interest only buy to let mortgages mean you only pay the interest due each month. This minimises your monthly repayments but means you have to pay off the capital when the mortgage ends.

Capital and interest mortgages allow you to pay off some of the capital each month as well as the interest. This means you can pay off all or some of the capital over the lifetime of the loan.

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  • You must be aged 18-70
  • You need a deposit of at least 25% (or 35% for new builds)
  • You must borrow at least £25,000 over a minimum of 3 years
  • You cannot already own more than 9 buy to let properties
  • Your maximum borrowing cannot exceed £3.5million
  • The property you wish to buy must be worth at least £50,000 and be currently habitable

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Most lenders will want your monthly rental income from a buy to let property to exceed the interest payments on the mortgage. This means you must check how much you are likely to be able to charge before looking at mortgage deals and seeing how much you will be able to afford to borrow.

Mortgage providers will also look at the LTV or loan to value ratio on your mortgage deal when working out what interest rate to offer you. LTV is the percentage of your property’s market value you wish you take out as a loan, so a £70,000 mortgage on a £100,000 property would equal 70% LTV. In general lenders will offer better interest rates on mortgages with a lower LTV.

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