Our guides give you the facts so you can make an informed choice when you compare landlord insurance policies and providers.
A buy-to-let mortgage is where you borrow money from a lender to buy a property that you let out.
If you need to move but you can’t sell, getting consent to let from your mortgage lender allows you to rent out your home without applying for a buy-to-let mortgage.
What's best for landlords, a repayment mortgage or interest-only? There are several reasons why many choose the latter...
Let-to-buy mortgages can help you simultaneously buy your next house and let out your former home - but there are plenty of risks to consider first.
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You need a great deal of time, commitment and patience to be a landlord. We’ll help you weigh up your legal and financial obligations so you can decide whether it’s for you.
Could you remortgage your house to purchase a buy-to-let property, or to fund the deposit for a rental home?
If you're a landlord or a tenant, it's important for you to know how the tenant's deposit should be handled. Get the lowdown with our guide.