Buy to let mortgages case study

Case Study: Buy To Let Remortgage for a Private Landlord with Adverse Credit History
Case Study: Buy To Let Remortgage for a Private Landlord with Adverse Credit History

Client Background: Revolution Brokers was approached by a private landlord looking to remortgage a property to raise capital. The client had sufficient equity in the property to meet standard LTV rates but been rejected for lending due to adverse credit issues. Property Information: The property was a standalone rental home in Middlese..

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Case Study: Investment Property Remortgage for Joint Expat Applicants
Case Study: Investment Property Remortgage for Joint Expat Applicants

Client Background: This joint client was looking to raise capital through a buy to let remortgage but had found it extremely difficult to secure lending due to their residency status. The applicants were seeking a joint remortgage, both living as expats in the UAE. While one client had a UK passport, the other was a Belgian national. T..

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