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I'm looking for a high street lender who will include 100% of rental income in their assessments.
RBS group will include 100% but Santander, Post Office and Halifax won't.
Off hand does anyone know if any of the others do?
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Much easier if you just give me the names.
I have to assume that the rental property you are referring to is actually unencumbered (no mortgage on it). If so Clydesdale will take 100% if this is additional income (to earned income) but they will only use 65% of that 100% for affordability – a bit daft if you ask me. Metro will if it is declared to HMRC and stipulated on your SA302s. Halifax can (if unencumbered), as can Accord and Virgin – but they all want 2yr history evidenced by SA302s etc. But one of the best might be Barclays.
I hope that helps – but if the property has a mortgage on it then you will likely find that difficult to place and should talk to an independent broker.
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Thanks for the info Cat. So it looks like either Barclays or RBS.
PT Brokers - "... the rental property you are referring to is actually unencumbered (no mortgage on it) ..."
That's really interesting - so don't the High Street lenders go for income from mortgaged property?
RBS will do 100% of profits
Thank you grammar, that's a pleasant surprise - and food for thought.
Yep! And if self employed it's an average of last 2 years of income (if increasing).. I use Natwest personally