UK Buy-To-Let Mortgages

Skipton International is a leading provider of UK Buy-To-Let Mortgages to residents of the United Arab Emirates. The UAE has become an increasingly popular destination for expats, especially in business friendly areas such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi. If you are a resident in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or the wider UAE, and would like a UK mortgage to purchase a Buy-To-Let property in the UK, we can help. 

Skipton International has been serving the savings needs of British Expats and Foreign residents for over 20 years. Providing UK Mortgages for residential Buy-To-Let properties enabled us to leverage our efficient and high quality of service for the benefit of a wider range of customers.

Buying property is a popular way of building financial security for later life. The UK property market is particularly popular because of its proven past performance, delivering substantial price increases and returns on investment. 

UK Buy-To-Let mortgages can appear to be relatively difficult, but Skipton International work hard to make the process simple and straightforward. Please visit our UK Buy-To-Let mortgage application guide, where you will find steps to applying for a mortgage while overseas. Our UK Mortgage application form has been simplified and requirements rationalised to make it as easy as possible to complete. We look to instruct valuations within three working days of receipt of fully completed applications. We can drawdown UK Remortgages in as little as 16 days of receipt of a completed application.

Please check out our online UK Mortgage Calculator, this easy to use tool will provide you an indication of how much you might be able to borrow and the likely costs of your selected amount. Should you wish to talk to one of our qualified and experienced UK Mortgage team please telephone +44 1481 730730, we will be delighted to receive your call.

 * Please note Skipton International does not lend on properties located in Northern Ireland, Isle of Man or the islands of Scotland.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.