85% LTV buy-to-let mortgages with Kent Reliance

Help your landlord clients to expand their property portfolios


For professional landlords, the buy-to-let sector presents opportunities to expand their property portfolios and grow their businesses as a medium to long term investment. In order for these opportunities to be realised, it is vital that buy-to-let investors have access to suitable finance solutions for purchasing and remortgaging rental properties.

Kent Reliance is one of the go-to lenders for professional landlords with an unlimited aggregate lending policy and no maximum number of properties. It is perhaps the most innovative lender in the HMO segment, including student lets, with a dedicated multi-let range of products.

Kent Reliance is currently the only lender in the buy-to-let mortgage market offering loans up to 85% LTV, and this includes their HMO range. So for landlords looking for a higher gearing, Kent Reliance is a great option. It will consider properties with up to 8 bedrooms and with multiple ASTs, although there is a limitation on the minimum property value of £250,000.


  • Up to 85% LTV
  • Aggregate lending – unlimited
  • Number of properties – no maximum
  • HMOs – up to 8 bedrooms
  • Student lets – up to 6 tenants

For full details please use our free buy-to-let Sourcing and Quotation System (SAQS) to obtain a personalised quote for your clients.



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