Another bridging lender dips into buy-to-let



Bridging lender KSEYE has launched a range of ‘hybrid’ buy-to-let finance products for property investors in England and Wales.

The products cover residential and mixed-use properties up to a maximum of 30% commercial use for a property.

First-time landlords and portfolio landlords can apply, including residents and companies both in the UK and overseas, with no minimum income requirement.

There are three product tiers, with rates starting from 5.49%. Borrowers have the option to defer interest payments, while top slicing is also permitted.

This launch comes after another bridging lender, Market Financial Solutions, announced its launch into buy-to-let this week.

Nikes Khagram, founding partner and director at KSEYE, said: “At KSEYE, we are always striving for ways to better support brokers and property investors. That’s why we’re delighted to unveil our new hybrid BTL products, which will meet the needs of many landlords, from those just entering the market right through to seasoned investors with established portfolios.

“The hectic state of the property market during the stamp duty holiday has underlined the demand for bricks and mortar investments. However, finding the right property finance solution is not always straightforward.

“With three product tiers and flexibility built in, this new range of products perfectly complements our existing bridging offering. We know that speed and flexibility are essential to our clients, and so the specialised BTL products will help investors overcome the unique challenges that come with acquiring and building a property portfolio.”

KSEYE’s hybrid BTL loans have a two-year term.

Loan sizes range between £150,000 and £4m, although larger loans are only available upon referral.

There are three product tiers, with rates starting from 5.49%. Borrowers have the option to defer interest payments, while top slicing is also permitted.

The property being purchased must have a value over £200,000.

KSEYE’s hybrid BTL products cover houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) and multi-unit freehold blocks (MUFBs), along with holiday lets, ex-local authority houses and flats, and Grade II listed properties.

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