HMO mortgages

HMO mortgages

Over the past 12 months, we have seen an increase in enquiries for HMO (House of Multiple Occupation) finance products. Many property professionals are being attracted to the HMO market, especially the traditional BTL investors, who can’t help but see the benefits to a significantly enhanced yield. In fact, the UK has seen growth over the last decade within the HMO market, but there is still a lot of questions being asked about how the asset is valued and what the licensing and planning requirements are. This is something a Commercial Advisor at Ramsay & White can help with.

Historically HMO’s have been seen as a “rent it and forget it” approach, gaining some negative sentiment. However, the landscape is changing and there is now a demand for an immensely different type of HMO. We have seen landlords from across the UK put more thought and effort into their HMO projects, with the focus on bringing a product to market that is attractive to the professionals, as this is where the current demand is coming from, for financial and social reasons. This has been extremely positive for the market and we have seen this type of accommodation and investment become more mainstream.

We will also show you how to enter and exit the deal with the right finance product, that offers you speed and momentum to continue on your property journey.

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A fee may apply for mortgage advice and, if applicable, you must ask your adviser for details before making any decision relating to a new mortgage as the actual amount will depend on your personal circumstances, but we estimate the typical fee to be £499.