We are working towards being able to buy houses outright with cash either to do up and sell on, or to rent out and remortgage later.
Other than the obvious benefits of potentially getting better deals by being a safer bet for the buyer and not having to deal with things like bridging interest rates can you offer any guidance on the pros and cons of using this method?
The lender I’m with has revised their lending criteria to exclude the mortgage I have had with them and I’ve reached the end of term and need to remortgage.
The property is a studio flat with 63 years lease remaining, value £65k with 40k outstanding, but it is less than 30sq m.
What do you recommend?
You have two problems..
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I have 3 ex-council flats in concrete blocks with no mortgage on them. I have tried to get a mortgage but cannot find a lender who will lend on them. I want to use the money locked in the flats to buy more property, can you teach me how bridging finance works and if that would be applicable to these flats?
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