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1.79%
Reverting to 4.99%
4.5% Variable 01/05/2020 60% To 01/05/2020 Details...
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2.14%
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4.6% Variable 01/05/2020 70% To 01/05/2020 Details...
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  Product Fee: Arrangement £995  

2.15%
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5.1% Variable 31/03/2020 60% To 31/03/2020 Details...
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2.19%
Reverting to 5.00%
4.7% Variable 2 years 75% None Details...
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2.24%
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4.6% Variable 01/05/2020 75% To 01/05/2020 Details...
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2.34%
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4.6% Variable 2 years 60% None Details...
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  Product Fee: Booking £349  

2.40%
Reverting to 4.94%
4.6% Variable 2 years 75% None Details...
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  Product Fee: Completion £495  

2.45%
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5.2% Variable 31/03/2020 70% To 31/03/2020 Details...
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2.49%
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4.3% Variable 2 years 75% 1st 2 yrs Details...
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  Product Fee: Booking £999  

2.69%
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4.7% Variable 2 years 75% None Details...
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  Product Fee: Booking £349  
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5.35%
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5.6% Variable Term 80% None Details...
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  Product Fee: Arrangement £999  

4.99%
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5.1% Variable Term 75% None Details...
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3.53%
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3.8% Variable Term 75% 1st 3 yrs Details...
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  Product Fee: Completion 2.00% Advance  
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Last Updated: Thursday 18 January 2018 14:54

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Most Buy-To-Let mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Whether a Buy-To-Let mortgage is regulated depends on your personal circumstances. The above information assumes that FCA regulation does not apply to the mortgage products shown.

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YOUR BUY-TO-LET PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU FAIL TO KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON ANY MORTGAGE SECURED ON IT. Written quotations are available from individual lenders. Loans are subject to status and valuation and are not available to persons under the age of 18. All rates are subject to change without notice. Please check all rates and terms with your lender or financial adviser before undertaking any borrowing.
 

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  1. What are tracker rate buy-to-let mortgages?
  2. What are tracker rate buy-to-let mortgages?
  3. How do variable buy-to-let mortgages work?

What are tracker rate buy-to-let mortgages?

Buy-to-let mortgages are available in fixed and tracker rates, just like the mortgages you can get on your own home. buy-to-let tracker rate mortgages are available over introductory two, three or five year periods, or even for the full term of your mortgage.

Tracker rates are usually linked to the Bank of England base rate, and will increase or decrease in line with this (read more about tracker rate mortgages).

Warning SignAs tracker rates are variable you must make sure that you have enough flex in your budget to absorb a higher mortgage payment if rates rise.

In terms of buy-to-let, a variable tracker can help you maximise profits when rates are low, but they can be crippling if rates suddenly jump – just a 1% rise in the Bank of England base rate could add £84 per month to your mortgage payment (based on an interest only mortgage of £100,000).


How do variable buy-to-let mortgages work?

Variable rate buy-to-let mortgages nearly always track the Bank of England vase rate. Whether the mortgage rate is set at a margin above or below base rate will depend on the provider.

Base is currently 0.25%, so if you see a mortgage advertised at, for example, 2.25% plus base rate, your actual rate will be 2.5% for as long as base rate remains at 2.25%. If base rate were to hypothetically increase to 0.5% your mortgage rate would increase to 2.75%. Or if base rate falls to 0.15%, your mortgage rate would be 2.4%.

As always, your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments so you must be sure that you would be able to afford your mortgage if base rate goes up. If there’s a chance that you can’t afford it, a tracker mortgage may not be the best option for you. Try looking at fixed rate buy-to-let mortgages instead.


Why consider a variable rate mortgage?

Because variable rate buy-to-let mortgages depend on the base rate set by the Bank of England, you may end up paying less than you would have with a fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage for as long as base rate remains low. Likewise, when interest rates go up, so will your mortgage repayments.

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