Your Buy to Let Agreement in Principle

We aren't currently offering buy to let mortgages directly.

We regularly review the mortgages we offer. Please check back at a later date, when we hope to be able to provide you with a buy to let mortgage.

An indication of how much we could lend you

Note that by completing an AIP, you are not committing to apply for a mortgage with us.

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A personalised illustration of our mortgage range

We don't offer multi-party (3 or more people) or guarantor mortgages.

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Completing an AIP won't affect your credit score

We use a soft credit check at this step, which has no impact on your credit file.

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Online mortgages are provided by NatWest

NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland are part of NatWest Group and offer the same mortgage products and rates when you speak with a mortgage professional. Online mortgages are available to customers via the NatWest website.

What you'll need

Your income - this should match the amounts shown on your proof of income documents, e.g. pay slips and details of any other income you may have.

Rental income - detail of the amount of rental income you expect to receive. 

Your outgoings - details of any loan repayments and any credit card balances.

Your address - your current address and the date you moved to this address.

Step 1: Find out what NatWest could offer you

  • Get a online personalised indication of how much you could borrow in less than 10 minutes.
  • It won't impact your credit score.

You don't need to be a NatWest customer to get an Agreement in Principle (AIP), and you're not committed to having a mortgage by getting an AIP.

Step 2: Apply for your mortgage online with NatWest

  • Apply online with NatWest (less than 4 properties) or contact us if you require support from a mortgage professional.
  • Save your application progress online and come back whenever you like.

Need some help?

Call us if you need additional support or technical help

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