Apply for a new mortgage

You may already be a landlord with a healthy portfolio of buy to let properties, or you could just be starting out. Either way, we're sure we can help you with your buy to let mortgage.

Tip: if you aren't ready to apply and have a query, please call us on 0345 607 30 21. Or, if you need advice, please contact your broker.

Book an appointment

Apply for a mortgage with us by booking an appointment and talking to one of our buy to let mortgage consultants.

You'll need an appointment to talk to us about:

  • purchasing a new buy to let property
  • remortgaging from another lender to The Mortgage Works
  • borrowing more money on a mortgage you have with The Mortgage Works

We need to ask you some information as part of the booking process. This will make your appointment with us quicker and easier. Completing the form should take about 3 minutes.

Summary of eligibility criteria:

  • the property is in lettable condition
  • the property is not rented by a family member
  • you do not live in the property
  • you have not been bankrupt in the last 4 years or had a property repossessed in the last 6 years
Our mortgage consultants can't provide advice on which of our mortgages you should choose, but they can provide information and are here to support you. A member of the team will personally own your case and keep you informed about your application.

Why choose The Mortgage Works?

We’ve been providing Buy to Let mortgages for 30 years and counting. Here’s some of the reasons how The Mortgage Works could meet your mortgage needs:

  • dedicated expert team to support you all the way through your application
  • wide choice of products and rates
  • no minimum personal income requirement
  • no maximum age, if you’re an experienced landlord borrowing 65% LTV or less
  • no limit to the number of Buy to Let properties you can have with The Mortgage Works .

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Important: All buy to let mortgages are subject to underwriting and criteria. Mortgages are secured on your property. You could lose your property if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage.