At largemortgageloans.com we’re familiar with unusual circumstances that can sometimes impact standard lending criteria. We’re frequently approached with complex cases that can be difficult to place ranging from non-standard income streams to foreign national buyers, yet the relationship we have established with our lenders can often lead to a successful result. We also have the banking contacts to provide a tailored solution where other lenders may not be able to help. To discuss this or any other large or complex mortgage case, please contact us on 020 7519 4984 or email us.
We were approached by a professional sportsman, currently living abroad however had previously resided in the UK. The decision was made to invest some of their earnings into a buy to let property in London and rent it out as an additional income stream. What made this case more complex was their lack of experience in the UK property market. In addition, the individual was a foreign national being paid with a foreign income.
Associate Director at largemortgageolans.com, Paul Fredericks, was able to approach our extensive network of lenders and secure a buy to let mortgage at 65% LTV. He commented that “this client produced a complex case due to the foreign element, both in nationality and income. However, I was able to approach a lender and explain the case in detail whilst providing them with the client’s source of wealth. With a greater understanding, underwriting took a holistic approach and made their decision based on the earning potential available. The client was able to secure their property and use it for its intended BTL purpose.”
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