5 Year Limited Company Buy to Let Fixed Rate Mortgage
RATES CORRECT AS AT 18 October 2023
Fixed up to and inc. 28/02/2029
Then changing to the Society's BTL Variable Rate thereafter, (currently)
For the remaining term of the mortgage
The overall cost for comparison is
Maximum loan to value
FEES AND CHARGES WILL APPLY, SOME OF WHICH ARE NON-REFUNDABLE, SEE BELOW.
A mortgage of £200,000.00 payable over 25 years initially on a fixed rate for 5 years at 6.49% and then on our current Buy to Let Variable Rate of 8.54% (variable) for the remaining 20 years would require 60 monthly payments of £1081.67 and 240 monthly payments of £1423.33.
The total amount payable would be £608,763.40 made up of the loan amount plus interest of £406,499.40 and application fee £0, product fee £1999, valuation fee £225, funds transfer fee £35.
The overall cost for comparison is 8.2% APRC representative.
This representative example assumes a mortgage completion date on the 1st day of a calendar month.
The above representative example is for illustration purposes only and may vary depending on your personal circumstances.
- Interest calculated daily.
- Maximum loan £500,000.
- 10% capital repayments are allowed each year during the fixed rate period without incurring an Early Repayment Charge.
- Tapered Early Repayment Charges apply up to and including 31 Jan 2029.
Application Fee (payable on application - non-refundable)
Product Fee (payable on application - this is refundable should the mortgage not complete)
Mortgage Exit Fee
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How to calculate the income coverage ratio (ICR)
The minimum ICR for Limited Company Buy to Let is 125%
Calculate the mortgage cost
Multiply the loan amount by the appropriate stress rate (the calculation below uses an example stress rate of 5.5%)
- E.g. £150,000 loan x 5.5% stress = £8,250.
Calculate annual rental income
Multiply the monthly rental income by 12.
- E.g. rent £900 per month x 12 = £10,800.
Use calculations to work out the ICR
Divide the rental income by the mortgage cost then multiply by 100.
- E.g. £10,800/£8,250 x 100 = 131% ICR.