buy to let mortgage

Found 23rd Aug 2017
Can anyone please tell me whether it's possible to get a 90% ltv mortgage that's for a buy to let?
If so who do you suggest?
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Very unlikely. Most require a minimum of 25% deposit.
Is it worth it? You'll be losing money. I doubt it if any lender will risk lending on that basis as property prices are likely to drop or stagnate .
I've seen lots of 80% LTV available on buy to let, but not 90.

If you are buying/renting through a company then 80 LTV is fine, otherwise definitely aim for a minimum of 25% deposit.
Best rates tend to be 60% ltv. We had 80% ltv some years ago but at the last minute the Bank reduced the valuation on the property line a stone because their stupid surveyor said we would only get 60% of the rent that we anticipate for the mortgage. We had to stump up a wad of cash otherwise the transaction would have fallen through. We got the anticipated rent no problem!
Don't forget the extra stamp duty you have to pay now too.
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