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Buy To Let Yield Return Calculation
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The interest rate used for the mortgage calculation is an approximate rate based on a current Buy to Let mortgage. This is not guaranteed and will be subject to lenders own terms and conditions.
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The property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on the mortgage.
Buy To Let mortgages are not regulated by the FSA
This illustration is for information only and any figures are assumed and not guaranteed.
The Value of property and rental income can increase or decrease and allowances should be
made for property maintenance and periods when the property is not rented. (void periods)
Mortgage interest rates are likely to change during the term of the mortgage and this will change
the yield returns achieved.
Using a mortgage for an investment property is known as gearing and you could lose more than
your initial deposit. The future property value could be higher or lower than
indicated and the returns made in the past may have no baring on future returns.
On the illustration all results are before tax. All regular payments are assumed to be level.
Mortgage interest can be deducted against rental income for tax purposes. So it is possible
for the entire mortgage interest to be tax deductible thus reducing the effective cost of borrowing
by the tax rate payable. For example a gross mortgage rate of 6% pa nets down to 4.8% pa after
20% tax relief. Expenses may also be deductible.
We advise that you discuss your own tax position with a qualified accountant.