It is predicted that we will see the rise of Buy To Let properties transferred to, or purchased by Limited companies to avoid the new tax laws introduced that will see a reduction in allowable expenses such as how much mortgage interest can be offset against rental income. Belgravia Property Finance expects to see a rise in the number of Buy To Let Limited Company mortgage products available, and expects that we may see existing Buy To Let lenders launch new Limited company Buy To Let mortgages.
Belgravia Property Finance are specialist mortgage brokers, dealing with cases that are non-mainstream, normally mortgages that fall outside of the lending criteria of high street lenders. Our panel of lenders is extensive, and not limited. We work with Private Banks, Challenger Banks and other institutions to provide investors, HNW and UHNW access to products that require a tailored underwriting approach, not a box ticking “computer says no” mortgage process.
Expat mortgages are one of our specialist areas, with the focus on expat mortgages having moved away from high street lenders, the number of products available to expats has shrunk significantly, although many options, though not that well known are available.
Offshore mortgages, and within this group we include mortgages for non uk residents and non uk domiciled individuals have also become far less popular but many options are available and at very competitive lending rates.
Annual bridging lending exceeds £4.7bn in 2017
Belgravia have multiple lenders on panel for development finance in Ireland, loans from €500K-€20m
Experienced developers only, 100% finance, no profit share to lender, only the interest rate.
Belgravia INV Ltd is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
90% Equity funding available, London and Hotspots £1m+
Belgravia INV Ltd is a member of the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA)
up to 90-100% of Project Costs available
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