Buy to let mortgage calculator

The amount you can borrow on a buy to let mortgage is mainly based on the monthly rental you are getting or are likely to get. This buy to let mortgage calculator will give you an idea of what you can borrow based on the expected rental income.

Simply key in the amount of rent that you currently receive (or expect to receive) and our buy to let mortgage calculator will determine how much we think lenders will be happy to lend to you on a buy to let mortgage. If you don’t have this information already, you can use our rent calculator to get an estimate of how much rent you should be charging.

We’ll also break down the amount you could borrow on a buy to let mortgage into three tiers (red, amber & green) which will give you an indication of how likely it is that you’ll be able to borrow that amount.

Of course, some lenders are more generous than others so this estimate is to be taken purely as a guide, and some lenders will want to look at how much earned income you have from employment or self-employment too.

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