Molo adds HMO Mortgages to product range

Posted by Molo, October 15, 2020

Molo adds HMO Mortgages to product range

Molo launched its new HMO mortgage product range, enabling property landlords to get a digital mortgage loan for houses in multiple occupation.

Key product features:

  • Products with 65% LTV
  • 2yr and 5yr fixed rate products
  • Available for individuals and limited company applicants
  • Maximum Loan Size: £1.0M
  • First Time Landlords: Minimum 12-month landlord experience
  • Available for properties in England and Wales

Get started with a quick decision in principle, or find out more about our full eligibility criteria.

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