Buy to let mortgage calculator

Enter the expected rental income and (if you have it) the property value into the buy to let mortgage calculator below to get a rough idea of how much you could borrow.

Bear in mind that online calculators give a one size fits all estimate, but our impartial advisers can give you a much more accurate figure. Call us to speak to one of our independent experts about your buy to let mortgage now – your initial consultation is completely free.

To find out how much you can borrow, fill in your estimated rental income and property value below.

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