Buy to Let

Find a Buy to Let mortgage to suit you

If you want to invest in property and buy a house to let, you'll need a Buy to Let mortgage.

Buy to Let mortgages can be fixed rate or variable rate and the let property will be expected to achieve a minimum rental income in relation to the mortgage payment, for the property to qualify for a mortgage. Our Buy to Let mortgages allow landlords to build a maximum of up to 5 properties with a total borrowing of £1,500,000 with the Society.

IF YOU FAIL TO KEEP UP WITH PAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE A 'RECEIVER OF RENT' MAY BE APPOINTED AND/OR YOUR RENTAL PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED. MOST BUY TO LET MORTGAGES ARE NOT REGULATED BY THE FCA.

Once the fixed, discounted or tracker period of the mortgage ends, the interest rate you pay will change to the Residential Mortgage Variable Rate (RMVR), (or if you have a Buy to Let Mortgage, the Buy to Let Variable Rate (BMVR)) which was  introduced on 14 November 2012. These are different interest rates to the Society's Residential Standard Variable Rate (RSVR) or Buy to Let Standard Variable Rate (BSVR) although both MVR’s and SVR’s are set by the Society. These interest rates may change by different amounts at different times. RMVR and BMVR do not have any ceiling. For further details please see Skipton Variable Rates page.

IF YOU FAIL TO KEEP UP WITH PAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE A 'RECEIVER OF RENT' MAY BE APPOINTED AND/OR YOUR RENTAL PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED. MOST BUY TO LET MORTGAGES ARE NOT REGULATED BY THE FCA.

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