Some investors use buy to let mortgages for their SA (serviced accommodation) properties.
Technically they could be committing mortgage fraud. Why? Because buy to let lenders assume a tenant with a tenancy of at least 6 months, maybe longer, but SA is all about short term occupancy.
However, the good news is that there are lenders who will do specialist mortgages if you want to go do down the SA (short term lettings) route.
My very good mortgage broker describes what’s required in this video.
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Here’s to Successful Property Investing.
(ex) Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor
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