Why Savvy Fife Buy-to-Let Landlords Don’t Use 10-Year Mortgages
And the reason you shouldn’t either
I know of many Fife buy-to-let landlords who fell into property investing by accident. Many didn’t want to sell their family home when the Fife housing market crashed in the Credit Crunch of 2009/10, yet still needed to move (often for work). They thought they would keep their Fife family home in case they ever moved back to Fife. Yet by keeping it, it couldn’t remain empty (there was still a mortgage to pay on it), so they ended up renting their home out. Continue reading Why Savvy Fife Buy-to-Let Landlords Don’t Use 10-Year Mortgages (3 min read)
Fife Buy-to-Let Property Market Going into Crisis?
…as Fife first-time buyers now only need a 5% deposit for a mortgage.
Fife landlords, sell your property portfolios, your tenants will soon be leaving in droves as they buy their first home with the new 5% deposit mortgages backed by the Government’s new mortgage-guarantee scheme revealed in March’s budget! These 95% mortgages are to be supported by the Treasury, lessening losses for mortgage lenders should the borrower be incapable of repaying and get repossessed, as the Government want Generation Rent to turn into Generation Buy. Continue reading Fife Buy-to-Let Property Market Going into Crisis? (watch/read/listen)