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Renting to the rich: how big could your buy-to-let mortgage be?

Coventry Building Society has increased its maximum buy-to-let borrowing limit to £750,000, meaning it now offers mortgages on properties worth up to £1.5m for people borrowing at 50-75% loan-to-value ratio...

More over-65s are taking out buy-to-let mortgages. Could becoming a landlord fund your retirement?

Find out why an increasing number of over-65s are investing in buy-to-let property, and whether becoming a landlord could help fund your retirement.

Buy-to-let remortgaging: should landlords choose a fee-free or cashback mortgage?

Which? assesses whether buy-to-let landlords should be tempted by the fee-free and cashback deals offered by mortgage lenders,

Buy-to-let mortgage boost for older borrowers

Santander is among a number of big name lenders increasing mortgage options for people looking to borrow into retirement.

Revealed: the cheapest fixed-term buy-to-let mortgage rates

Buy-to-let mortgage rates dropped in April. Which? finds the lowest-rate deals and explains how to find the right mortgage for your circumstances.

Revealed: the best areas for buy-to-let yields and rents

Rent prices are increasing faster in the South West than any other region in England and Wales, according to a new report – but it’s the second-worst area for yield....

Can you get a buy-to-let mortgage with a small deposit?

Which? assesses the options available to prospective buy-to-let investors with small deposits, including advice on how to compare mortgage deals.

Buy-to-let mortgage boom: number of deals hits 12-year high

Landlords now have the most choice of buy-to-let mortgage deals since the financial crash. Which? takes a look at the best rates available right now.

Could you earn an extra £3,000 in 2019 by becoming an Airbnb host?

The average Airbnb host makes £3,100 a year - but it's not always simple. Find out what the tax and mortgage implications of letting via Airbnb are.

Landlords finding it easier to get buy-to-let mortgages

Which? looks at the ways landlords might find it easier to get a buy-to-let mortgage in 2019, from new deals and market trends to affordability criteria.

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