buy-to-let

buy-to-let

n
(Commerce) (modifier) of or relating to the practice of buying a property to let to tenants rather than to live in onself: the buy-to-let boom.
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4 billion, with buy-to-let mortgage lending comprising 1.
In the buy-to-let sector, both the number of loans and the amount borrowed by prospective landlords decreased by 16%.
One in four lenders is handing out potentially risky buy-to-let home loans, the Bank of England has warned.
THE Bank of England could be handed stronger powers over the buy-to-let mortgage market under a consultation launched by the Government.
A buy-to-let mortgage's ICR is the ratio of the expected rental income from the property to the expected mortgage interest payments.
Global Banking News-September 25, 2015--BoE puts buy-to-let market under scrutiny
MORE than nine in 10 (93%) of buy-to-let property investors have no plan in place for their investment over the next five years, according to research from specialist buy-to-let business Platinum Property Partners.
LANDLORDS are looking to 2014 with an increasing sense of optimism for the wider buy-to-let market and the performance of their rental portfolios, according to a report.
PRIVATE lettings agents Northwood, one of the largest providers of guaranteed rent to landlords nationally, has launched its own buy-to-let mortgage tool in a bid to encourage small investors and first-time landlords to build their portfolio - secure in the knowledge that their rental income is safe.
New buy-to-let mortgages can be found from as little as 2.
RESEARCH from the National Landlords Association (NLA) has shown that almost threequarters (74 per cent) of landlords agree that the buy-to-let market needs greater innovation, while 89 per cent also believe it would benefit from more lenders or greater competition.