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Where bridging and mortgages meet

Bridging finance is ‘******* expensive!’ in most people’s minds.

This still largely true if you’re using it for its original purpose, buying a new main residence before selling your current one but that is a small percentage of the bridging market. Commercial use is the main way bridging is now used i.e. to make money on properties you don’t actually live in. ...

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The State Of The Property Market

Back in Spring 2020 property investors were wringing their hands and predicting a huge dive in property values – did it happen?  No.  Instead the stamp duty holiday and people working from home gave the property market a shot in the arm and it rapidly became a rampant sellers’ market.

Most of the people buying were looking for a main residence, rather than a property...

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Should you buy an illegal conversion?

THE QUESTION

I am looking into a BTL with tenants in situ.  It’s a two- bed house, with a studio annexe; both with separate tenants.

The annexe does not have planning permission, but has been let out as a studio for several years. 

In the land registry, it's one property with one title deed. There are no separate leases or any lease. Owned by one person, under whose ownership...

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Using equity for a buy-to-let

THE QUESTION

I have property with a personal mortgage of £189K and I’ve just finished building an extension.  The new valuation for the property is £685K.

I want to get £150K out of the equity for a new buy-to-let project, but my broker says my affordability won’t get this much.  Is there a way around this without selling this house?

Do I need to change...

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The state of the property market today

It’s not just property investors who are aware of the state of the property market today - it’s aggressively a seller’s market, with home buyers struggling to find a property.  Mortgage lenders, estate agents and even people who aren’t looking for a new home right now are aware that properties are snapped up as soon as they’re listed.

The result is an...

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