Regulated Buy-To-Let


We help landlords every step of the way no matter your portfolio size and complexion. Whether you’re a first-time landlord, adding to a large portfolio, or thinking about renting out your current home, you will need to obtain a buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage, consult our team for up to the minute product information on B2l, HMO, Bridging and Refurbishment Products.


We provide expert advice whether you are an experienced investor adding to your portfolio, starting out with your first buy to let or possibly a consumer landlord who has maybe inherited property or thinking about renting out your current home. At White Rose Mortgages we have a team of qualified, friendly and experienced mortgage advisers who will find the best deal from our panel of lenders. Identifying the best BTL mortgage is often not as straightforward as a normal mortgage, key issues arise such as the borrowers experience, rental income, lenders stress tests etc. Arrangement costs and conveyancing fees can also be higher with B2L, our experienced team will steer you through the process to ensure you get the best possible deal , that’s what we are here for!


House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) is a property rented out by several people who are not from 1 “household” but share facilities such as the bathroom and kitchen. These are often on individual ASTs. Dependant on whether the property is licence or not will determine the lenders that can be approached to help fund your requirements.


We provide expert advice for the acquisition, re-structure and re-finance of complex property portfolio structures with many of our clients owning properties running in to the hundreds of units. Whatever the size and make up of your property portfolio we’ll provide unbiased, whole of market advice offered freely and without obligation. For a discussion on your portfolio funding requirements please call our team today.


If you want to move house but you’re struggling to sell your home or maybe your property has dropped in value, let to buy is something you may want to consider. Letting out your property could allow you to move into a new home without feeling pressure to sell in a rush and potentially at a loss. Although some lenders will allow you to let out your home on a residential mortgage, it will only be on a temporary basis. So unless you are only going to be letting it out for a short time, it is likely you will need a buy to let mortgage. Which is where we come in, we will guide you through all the details and work out what is best for you and your home.

Regulated Bridging Finance