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A little baffled by this and why you are having a problem. Both occupants do not have to be on the mortgage with most lenders, although spouses do with some. Is the problem that your Partner is intending to put some cash into the purchase? That may cause a complication. Otherwise, you have been spea...

I don't see the problem if both of the buy to lets pay for themselves.





All you should need are two mortgage statements and two tenancy agreement copies.



I would suggest you stop wasting time talking direct to Lenders and get some proper advice.

Yes, children impact on affordability. Whether you take a two or five year rate now is a matter for you. You don't know for sure if you will have children when your rate ends (or how many). Nor what your income will be. Nor what the income rates will be. Nor what the affordability rules will be. Do ...

1.You should only be dealing with one broker. 2. No one should be charging you anything without explaining their terms first 3. Avoid brokers in estate agencies, ideally get a recommendation from a friend 4. You should only be obtaining an agreement in principle when you are ready to proceed to offe...

Most Lender's leave it to the solicitor to ensure the condition is being satisfied. Most solicitors do nothing other than advising the borrower of the condition. Some solicitors insist on seeing proof that the balance is cleared. Very occasionally the lender insists on seeing proof that the balance ...

You wont have access to all Lenders as your rightly assess given the tight affordability. I would expect, however, some highly competitive lenders in the frame.





Yes, one for a broker.

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