Remortgaging buy-to-let properties should be easy

No paperwork. No appointments. Just quick decisions.

Our remortgage products

All of our mortgages are interest free and calculations below are based on a loan amount of £200,000.

For a personalised illustration, please visit our mortgages page.

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How are we different?

Our application is all online, and can be completed in minutes, so you can apply for your buy-to-let mortgage whenever and wherever you want. We’re the lender, so there are no middle-men decision makers. Our aim is to be able to value your property, verify your ID, and underwrite your mortgage, all online, within a matter of minutes. Our turn-around times are faster than most other lenders, even if your property needs a physical valuation or your application gets referred to one of our underwriters.

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Welcome to the UK’s 1st fully-digital multi-director Limited Company mortgage

Molo, the UK’s very first, fully digital, direct-to-consumer mortgage lender has expanded to yet another buy-to-let segment - providing fast, online, totally transparent lending to Limited Companies with up to a total of four directors and/or significant shareholders.

Posted by Molo Finance,

August 29, 2019

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A jam-packed 10 months : an update from our Co-founder and CEO, Francesca Carlesi

It’s been a whole 10 months since Molo first launched its mortgage offer to the UK market (we can’t quite believe it!), so, I thought now would be a great time to update you on our journey so far and our plans for the future.

Posted by Francesca Carlesi,

August 27, 2019

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Mortgage incentives: are they worth it?

Everyone likes ‘stuff’, especially when it’s positioned in a way that makes it seem free. These days, it’s not uncommon to see companies - from phone providers to mortgage lenders - offering incentives to get customers onside and signing up for their products. These incentivised products come in many guises, ...

Posted by Molo Finance,

August 14, 2019