Property investors from around the World choose to buy property in the UK, to benefit from the housing market that has a long history of proving more profitable than those of other countries. Foreign Investors are able to purchase good value properties and command a profit-generating rental income, by obtaining Expat Buy to Let (BTL) mortgages.
Due to the more complex nature of living and working overseas, many mortgage lenders will not provide Foreign Investors & Expats with BTL mortgages, as they have strict lending criteria regarding currency of salary and the need for having UK credit history. Many lenders also like to avoid handling the increased complexities involved in working across different time zones, with different tax requirements and cross-jurisdictional legal responsibilities.
At Expat Mortgages UK, we have a team of specialist BTL Expat Mortgage Advisors to help you to find the leading deals on the market and to help you to grow your property portfolio in the UK. As a whole-of-market Expat Mortgage Broker for Foreign Investors, we are able to find the most suitable mortgage products to suit your requirements, so whether this is your first BTL property, or one of many, we can access the most suitable Expat BTL mortgage to match your exact criteria.
As well as providing the most comprehensive Foreign & Expat Buy to Let mortgage advice, our market-leading customer service ensures that we stand out from the crowd. We pride ourselves on providing flexible communication channels to suit our clients’ preferences, which is particularly useful when communicating across different time zones.
Our innovative WiiN (Where Is It Now) online portal is a unique service that we provide to our clients that ensures they are updated with progress in real-time, with email alerts generated to update clients with key information and stage completion. For busy property investors living outside of the UK, this is a much more efficient way of working, with no need to chase for progress updates or to schedule calls or wait in call centre queues like you would have to with some mortgage lenders.