Our buy-to-let finance is the perfect option for those looking to expand their property portfolio. We appreciate that every transaction is different and therefore we aim to understand individual requirements as every investors strategy is unique.

Key features

no property limit

No limit to the number of properties you can own

equity release

Equity release for purchase and refinance

limited company lending

Limited company lending or individual name(s)

gifted depositis

Gifted deposits permitted (between family members)

large portfolios

Funding available for large portfolios and borrowings


Interest-only options available

No valuation fee

No valuation fee payable until loan is approved


Lending in England, Scotland & Wales.

Lending criteria

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Up to 75% LTV of open market value

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Minimum loan £250k

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Terms from 12 months to 30 years

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Corporate borrowers must be registered in the UK or Crown dependencies

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Only available to experienced property investors

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Up to £15m borrowings per customer with no restriction on property numbers

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Personal guarantees requested from business owners/directors but are not always mandatory

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For borrowing in personal name(s), individual must be a UK resident

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Secured by way of a first legal charge on a property located in England, Scotland or Wales

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