HMO Mortgages

The definitive guide to HMO Mortgages.

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So, What are HMO Mortgages?

HMO stands for House of Multiple Occupation. They often require you to get an HMO licence, usually from the local authorities.

They are generally on a commercial finance basis. Quite often you may end up with a specialist lender that you have not heard of. This is quite normal.

HMO Mortgage Rates

HMO rates may vary depending on what you are looking to do. They are generally comparable to other buy to let mortgage rates.

As an HMO mortgage broker we specialise in which HMO rates will be best for your situation. If you would like a Free consultation get in touch.

HMO Mortgage Broker

What makes an HMO Mortgage Broker special? They do this all day every day. They speak to Landlords that need help getting their HMO.

HMO mortgages are generally used when you want to let out a property to multiple people. They may be Students, or professionals or anyone really.

HMO Mortgage Calculator

We don’t have an HMO Mortgage Calculator. This is because they are quite inaccurate. So much goes in to working out how much you can borrow that it can’t accurately be done on an app.

However, we can tell you over the phone. If you can spare us ten minutes over the phone we can go through it with you.

HMO Mortgage Advice

At Albion Forest we offer HMO Mortgage advice tailored to your needs. This therefore means we can help you get the right mortgage.

We also package your application with the right lender to give you the biggest chance of success. Rather than just reacting when a lender asks for another document we put the documents they want in front of them.

HMO Mortgage Rules

There aren’t really many HMO Mortgage Rules. They generally follow the same rules as any Buy to Let mortgage. Generally the lenders are the same, sometimes even the products may be the same.

Some lenders allow multiple Tenancy agreements, whereas others may want one Tenancy agreement. Most landlords tend to want multiple tenancy agreements though.

HMO Mortgage Deposit

Most lenders will want you to have a 25% deposit for HMO Mortgages. This is similar to Buy to let mortgages in general.

Where your deposit comes from may vary. It may be from equity, or from savings, or elsewhere.

Large HMO Mortgage

This may vary from lender to lender, but generally a large HMO would have over 6 bedrooms.

  • Small HMO Mortgages – 1-4 bedrooms
  • Medium – 4-6 bedrooms
  • Large – 6+ bedrooms

6 Bed HMO Mortgage

As we mentioned a 6 bed HMO Mortgage is quite common. And it is generally the biggest your HMO could be before being considered ‘Large’

A 6 Bed HMO Mortgage is relatively straight forward and would generally fall inside normal criteria for a lender.

Is an HMO Commercial Mortgage?

Yes, generally speaking an HMO would be a commercial mortgage. What does that mean? Well firstly it probably won’t be regulated by the financial conduct authority like a residential mortgage would be.

HMO Mortgage for Ltd Company

Yes, you can get an HMO Mortgage for Ltd Company. This is quite common these days. Most people don’t want HMO BTL Mortgages in their personal name and would rather have them in a Ltd Company.

An HMO Company Mortgage can be beneficial. We’d recommend speaking to a tax specialist to make sure it’s the right choice for you.

HMO Mortgage Lenders

There are lots of HMO Mortgage lenders. We won’t list them all but you have specialists such as Fleet, Landbay, Paragon etc. The HMO Mortgage market is quite diverse now, with many lenders having HMO products.

There are quite a few HMO Mortgage lenders out there, the trick is knowing which one is right for you. This will come down to a few different factors, so speak to an advisor to learn more.

Who offers the best HMO mortgages?

This is constantly changing. Also, best is subjective. Best for you isn’t necessarily best for someone else. The only way to tell you who is best is to find out more about you.

Get in touch if you want to discuss your situation in a no obligation appointment.

Why should I use a specialist Mortgage Broker?

We get asked this a lot. If you are considering an HMO you are likely an experienced landlord. Therefore, you probably understand the value in having a professional handle the mortgage side of things.

But, let’s go through why you should use Albion Forest for your HMO needs.

  • Packaging – We package your case correctly so that you get your mortgage offer in the most timely way. Giving you the highest chance of success with your mortgage. At the end of the day you want to get the property and get tenants in!
  • Cost – We don’t have set fees. We’ll discuss this with you when you call. However, we generally charge £149 per application, and a one time broker fee may be required for your first mortgage with us. But that is a lifetime fee.
  • Time – We save you time. Not only so that you do not have to do the mortgage yourself and all the work that comes with it. But also, getting the right mortgage for you, and packaging your case correctly as we’ve already mentioned.
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