As rising property prices put pressure on rental returns, more landlords are trying to profit from refurbishments. This may involve buying run-down property or developing an existing property by adding an extension to swiftly increasing the value by undertaking a radical refurbishment before putting it on the rental market.


An investor my look towards "HMO" investing, where multiple tenants live together in a single "house in multiple occupation". As this generally seen as the highest yielding form of buying-to-let.

Refurbishment not only increases the value of the investment, landlords, but also cuts down on long-term maintenance costs and attracts higher quality tenants who tend to stay put for longer. Typically, refurbishment finance for standard buy to let houses and flats is available up to 75% of the end value with rates.

Another reason to refurbish your buy-to-let property is to improve the energy efficiency tenants now look at the Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs). By installing insulation in the walls and loft, making sure windows are double-glazed and fitting draught excluders, you could improve the energy efficiency of the property and lower potential tenants' heating costs.

We can advise and arrange the right finance support for refurbishment projects. As many lenders can be reluctant to agree to a mortgage if the property is uninhabitable. It is important that you seek independent financial advice as it is highly unlikely that one lender will offer the best deal in both areas you to find the best rates from the whole market. 

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