£2.3 million for your property portfolio before Christmas? Here’s the company you need to sell all your houses in just 9 days

With just 10 weeks to go until Christmas, and the property market at a record high, it’s ©1999 - Present | Parkmatic Publications Ltd. All rights reserved | LandlordZONE® - £2.3 million for your property portfolio before Christmas? Here’s the company you need to sell all your houses in just 9 days | LandlordZONE.

£2.3 million for your property portfolio before Christmas? Here’s the company you need to sell all your houses in just 9 days

With just 10 weeks to go until Christmas, and the property market at a record high, it’s no wonder landlords are choosing this year as the year to sell their property portfolios, cash in and retire. And they’re bang on the money; we’re currently experiencing a market high that happens just once every 7 years, and the window to capitalize on the opportunity is rapidly closing.

This month Halifax reported that house prices were experiencing the strongest monthly rise recorded in 14 years. It’s undeniable: now is the time to sell your portfolios. It’s all about timing, and there’s no doubt that time has come. You simply might not get another chance like this again. But who can you trust to get the job done in days, or weeks, rather than months, and for the highest possible price?

There’s only one company who knows how to do it, and that’s exactly what happened for a landlord in Hastings who reached out wanting to cash in and sell. It seems almost unheard of, 24 flats sold for £2.256 million in just 9 days, yet here at Landlord Sales Agency it’s just another day’s work for our team of experts who’ve been helping landlords cash in their portfolios fast for the highest prices possible. The timing makes sense; landlords are seeing a huge opportunity to tap into equity levels boosted by the increases in property values.

But owning a portfolio brings its own issues: tenants who won’t leave, refurbs, mortgages, and for larger portfolios, the organisation required to get all of the properties onto the market and sold. Estate agents just don’t cut it. You need the professionals.

This is where we come in. Here at Landlord Sales Agency, we’re experts in selling portfolios, no matter what the property, in a matter of weeks and even days. Be it as a job-lot, or to several of our many eager buyers ready on our books, we’re getting whole portfolios sold faster than anyone else, and for higher prices than anyone else. What’s more, all you need to do is contact us, and our team of experts will do all the rest.

It’s a bold statement, but it’s exactly what we’ve been doing for hundreds of landlords. And you don’t have to take our word for it, our reviews do all the talking.

How we do it:

  • We have a ready-made list of hundreds of cash buyers ready to buy your portfolio for the highest price. Unlike estate agents or traditional auctions, we’re ready to go with buyers who want to buy from the moment you contact us.
  • We’re FAST, we sell in 28 days or less for 85% – 90% of the market value of your portfolio, or in less than a week for 80% of the value to our cash buyers who’ll buy the whole portfolio in one go. A huge bang for your buck for a super-fast sale.
  • Our team has 20 years of experience in selling properties, specifically for landlords.
  • Our experts have personally got over the line 2,500 houses just like yours.
  • We’ll sell your properties no matter what the problems, we’re experts in overcoming every single hurdle. It’s what we do best.

Be it tenant issues, mortgages, access issues, absolutely nothing is standing in our way from getting landlords the highest prices in record times. We’re a team who knows exactly what we’re doing.

So contact us today, and let’s get it done for you. There’s no doubt about it, there’s never been a better time to sell up and cash in than right now.

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Monthly mortgage update: buy to let fixed rates continue to drop

Our mortgage partner, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Mortgages reports on the latest drop in mortgage rates and ©1999 - Present | Parkmatic Publications Ltd. All rights reserved | LandlordZONE® - Monthly mortgage update: buy to let fixed rates continue to drop | LandlordZONE.

Monthly mortgage update: buy to let fixed rates continue to drop

Our mortgage partner, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Mortgages reports on the latest drop in mortgage rates and what this means for landlords.

There’s never been a better time to take out a buy to let mortgage as interest rates dip to less than one per cent.

Lenders are locked in a fierce fight to attract more borrowing in a cautious market with fewer landlords buying or remortgaging homes.

The latest data from market regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) shows the number of buy to let loan advances are falling – from 14.4 per cent of all loans in the second quarter of 2020 to the current level of 11.3 per cent of the market.

At the same time, mortgage market monitor Moneyfacts says 2,968 buy to let mortgages are available. There are 71 more loans on offer than there were pre-pandemic in March 2020 and the highest number available since before the global financial crisis in 2007 (3,305).

Lenders are slashing rates or tweaking terms and conditions almost daily in a bid to stay ahead of the market.

The current mortgage market

The Mortgage Works, buy to let brand of Nationwide, were the first company to dip a toe in the sub one per cent water.
However, to apply for their sub one per cent deal, borrowers must have a 35 per cent deposit and fork out a fee of two per cent of the loan value.

Previously, the lowest rate was Barclays Bank’s 1.16 per cent deal that came with a £1,549 fee.

Next to follow was the Co-Operative Bank’s Platform, which also lowered rates to 0.99 per cent. Although, Platform’s deal comes with demanding criteria to fulfil.

The loan is a two-year 0.99 per cent fix at 60 per cent loan to value with a fee of £2,450, which is only available on buy to let purchases between £350,000 and £500,000. Borrowers must have a £60,000 a year household income and no more than three homes to rent. Both deals are for buying or remortgaging rental properties.

Why are buy to let mortgages so cheap?

Buy to let mortgage rates are dropping for several reasons:

  • Lenders have agreed to 90 and 95 per cent loan to value deals for many house buyers, and they need to balance out the risk in their portfolios with more dependable 60 and 65 per cent loan to values
  • Borrowing money is cheap for banks, the official bank rate is just 0.1 per cent; commercial rates are low enough to leave a margin even at under one per cent
  • According to a report from the housing portal Zoopla, the stamp duty holiday buoyed the market, sending house prices surging upwards at an average of £44 a day
  • Banks are flush with money to lend due to customers saving more during the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns
  • Offering cut-rate deals is a proven way to increase market share for lenders

With limited company fixed rates starting around 2.5 per cent, the market is predicting further cuts soon.

Have you got the best mortgage rate?

Experienced landlords know that freeing up costs is one way of improving cash flow and profits without raising rents.
Refinancing is a good way of cutting costs – and with buy to let rates falling to their lowest ever, now is an excellent time to find out how much you could save by switching lenders.

As every penny counts for property investors, Total Landlord Mortgages has some unmissable mortgage deals with rates starting at the market rock-bottom of 0.99 per cent.

Are you interested in finding out more about the exclusive deals? Call Total Landlord Mortgages today on 0333 224 8918 to discuss your mortgage requirements or request a call back here.

What’s happening in the buy to let market?

Property portal Zoopla says the number of homes for sale that were rentals has grown from three per cent of the market two years ago to eight per cent now.

Even more landlords are selling properties in London, where 13 per cent of homes for sale were once buy to lets.

The trigger to sell is the lure of cashing in on rising prices. On average, home values have added £44 a day for the past six months, says Zoopla, up from £30 a day for the previous half-year.

The firm’s data reveals the average home price is at a record £235,000.

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