How do I raise the money to invest in property? PLUS: Is the limited company mortgage market going to disappear?

This week on ask Rob & Rob we’ve got two listeners who are questioning mortgage products and funding buy-to-let properties.

First up we’ve got Jay who is wanting some tips on how to raise the initial cash required for investing in buy to let property.

Rob D starts off by pointing out the difference between making money and growing money. Although property can be tailored to both, it is more suitable to the latter.

But how do you benefit from either of the methods mentioned by Rob D and how do you make it happen?

Next up we’ve got Helen who wants to know if the limited company mortgage market is going to disappear after a conversation she had with her mortgage broker.

Rob B pulls no punches with this one. Did you know 80% of the buy-to-let market is made up of limited company mortgages? Listen as Rob B tells it like it is.


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