Turn properties into destinations with a Holiday Let Mortgage

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Make the most of the staycation season

With stamp duty savings, tax benefits and a booming UK staycation market, there has never been a better time to invest in the holiday let market. In fact, data from search system Knowledge Bank showed an evident increase in searches for holiday lets during July, with brokers researching into Holiday Let criteria on behalf of their investor clients.

Whether your customer is buying their first UK holiday let or they’re an existing  investor looking to diversify into this increasingly attractive market, our holiday let mortgage has everything they need to turn their property into a destination. With direct input from advisers and brokers who specialise in the holiday let market, we’ve tailored our criteria specifically to the customers who’ll use them.

Features include:

  • Up to 75% LTV
  • 2 & 5 year fixed rates
  • A loan up to £1m from the age of 21 to 95
  • The ability to stay in the property for up to 90 days and rent it out through Airbnb
  • No minimum income requirements
  • The added comfort of the Hodge Early Repayment Promise

Mark Lanario, Drake Mortgages

“The Hodge holiday let mortgage has a well thought-out criteria, designed with the customer in mind. As a specialist broker in the market, we’re always happy to work with Hodge, their dedicated team of BDM’s and underwriters provide great support and really take the time to understand each individual case, looking for a solution wherever they can.”

Mark Stallard, House and Holiday Home Mortgages

“There’s no such thing as a standard holiday let and Hodge understands that. They have a team of underwriters who want to listen providing flexibility at every stage and a product that ensures as many criteria are covered as possible.”

Interested in knowing more?

Join us for our holiday let webinar on 22nd of October 2020 at 11am. Designed for brokers and advisers who are interested in the holiday let market.

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