Expat Mortgage

Old Nov 30th 2019, 5:04 pm
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Hi All,

I have been looking for a lender that would lend for buying a Buy to let property in the UK and offer a lower rate. My Mortgage Adviser suggested that the lowest rates that can be sourced are with the Saffron Building Society.It appears that major high street lenders would not lend on a Buy to Let basis to an ex-pat. Has anyone used this Building Society for mortgage.

Any feedback about this Building Society as a ‘Lender’ or for regular banking will be much appreciated.


Thank You in advance for your help.
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If anyone has any feedback about Saffron Building Society, please share with me. It will benefit me to make a decision with the BTL mortgage options currently available with the lender.

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If anyone has any feedback about Saffron Building Society, please share with me. It will benefit me to make a decision with the BTL mortgage options currently available with the lender.

Thank you.
Other than the money and a low interest rate, what else do you care about from a house-lender? Even if they go bust nothing would change for you.


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