95: Buy to let information from ARLA
Buy To Let is the initiative devised by the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) and supported by the leading letting mortgage lenders including Birmingham MidShires, GMAC Residential Funding, Mortgage Express, Nat West Mortgage Services, Paragon Mortgages, and the The Mortgage Business.
To visit the web sites of Buy To Let supporting mortgage lenders, please click on the links below
Birmingham Midshires GMAC Residential Funding NatWest Mortgage Services Mortgage Express Paragon Mortgages The Mortgage Business
Buy To Let is designed to stimulate the growth of the Private Rented Sector by encouraging private investors to take the opportunities given by low, highly competitive, interest rates and the reasonable certainty of sustained capital growth over the coming years.
Latest Surveys and Reports New: Read Professor Michael Ball’s special report Buy to Let, The Revolution – Ten years On - 26 Sept 06 New: Take part in our survey of Buy To Let Residential Investors Read the Q3 2006: The ARLA Review & Index of Returns on Residential Investment Read the Q2 2006: Survey of ARLA Member Letting Agents Read the results of the most recent ARLA Survey of Residential Landlords: June 2006 Buy To Let Information Read and print a copy of What is Buy To Let Obtain a copy of our Buy To Let guide from your nearest ARLA agent Read and print copies of our background articles on Buy To Let View a list of the lenders working with ARLA who offer Buy To Let mortgages Read about the Buy To Let Charter Previous Reports To access previous reports, indices and survey results, please select on one of the following archives: Buy to Let Surveys of ARLA Member Letting Agents The ARLA Review & Index of Returns on Residential Investment Survey of Residential Landlords
Note: The information is for guidance only. The responsibility for the financial decision to Buy-to-Let can only rest with the investor. Most letting agents will not accept responsibility for the validity of investments, costs incurred or for mortgage arrangements made, although those who are also registered as financial advisers may do otherwise.
It should be noted that as with any investment, returns and capital values can go down as well as up; and the investor should be fully aware of the terms and conditions applied by the chosen mortgage lender. Letting agents must present their own written terms of business for letting and managing properties