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Rental income down valuations affecting

buy-to-let mortgage applications

Buy-To-Let Mortgages Refused As Surveyors Down Value Rental Income

Buy-To-Let Mortgages Refused As Surveyors Down Value Rental Income

Approvals for buy-to-let mortgages are failing because surveyors are ‘down valuing’ the expected rental income from the private rented sector and are advising mortgage lenders accordingly.

In some cases, surveyors are even down valuing the value of rent already being received by landlords.

The claims were made last weekend in a Sunday Times feature, which says that some buy to let mortgage lenders are rejecting landlords’ rental estimates.

Most buy to let mortgage lenders want to see monthly mortgage repayments covered by rent with a 25% excess, to cover expenditure and void periods. Some lenders want to see 130% of rental cover, while others are happy with 100%.

Down valuation of the potential rental income could result in the refusal of the buy to let mortgage application, or lenders may limit the amount they will offer, often below the borrower’s expectations.

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Single-Let And Small Scale Landlords Account For Up To

 80% of All New UK Mortgage Applications.

There has been a large rise in the number of ‘Single-Let Landlords’ (landlords with just one buy-to-let property), and small scale landlords (those typically with less than four properties), over recent months up to November 2012.

Rise In Single Let Landlords Accounts For 80% Of All New Mortgage Applications

Rise In Single Let Landlords Accounts For 80% Of All New Mortgage Applications

This is the result of many new investors being drawn in to the buy to let markets by high rents and increasing yields. Average private residential property rents have risen month on month over the last nine months and it is now estimated that Single Let and small scale Landlordsnow account for approximately 80 % of all new buy to let mortgage applications.

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