supported living can be mutually beneficial...

supported living can be mutually beneficial...

supported living and social housing:

if you’re a landlord, looking for a mortgage on a house for vulnerable tenants, with a specialist lease in place then you’ve come to the right place!

 

Supported living mortgages are designed for landlords to rent out their property using a lease through a registered provider. This could include anything from, a housing association, a charity, care providers or local authorities. 

 

You’re required to sign a lease with a registered provider for a pre-set term. They’ll then arrange for the property to be let to their tenants, who are in need of accommodation. As a lease is in place, all monthly rental payments would be made directly to you at a guaranteed amount. 

 

A benefit of investing in a supported living property, is that the registered provider is responsible for the maintenance of the property so this is something that you won’t have to worry about. This provides a more hands-off approach for investors, so it doesn’t matter too much whether you’re new to the industry or not, this could be the right option for you.

 

 

get in touch

supported living and social housing:

if you’re a landlord, looking for a mortgage on a house for vulnerable tenants, with a specialist lease in place then you’ve come to the right place!
 

Supported living mortgages are designed for landlords to rent out their property using a lease through a registered provider. This could include anything from, a housing association, a charity, care providers or local authorities. 

 

You’re required to sign a lease with a registered provider for a pre-set term. They’ll then arrange for the property to be let to their tenants, who are in need of accommodation. As a lease is in place, all monthly rental payments would be made directly to you at a guaranteed amount. 

 

A benefit of investing in a supported living property, is that the registered provider is responsible for the maintenance of the property so this is something that you won’t have to worry about. This provides a more hands-off approach for investors, so it doesn’t matter too much whether you’re new to the industry or not, this could be the right option for you.

we work to your advantage:

as properties can be rented to tenants who may be classed as vulnerable, in need of care, or young children, the number of lenders accepting these types of leases can sometimes be quite restrictive.

 

There are many factors that can have an impact on the lenders available, these can include:

 

  • length of the lease
  • break clause within the lease
  • level of support / care required
  • types of tenants
  • landlord experience
  • the lease / care provider

 

 

get in touch

we work to your advantage:

as properties can be rented to tenants who may be classed as vulnerable, in need of care, or young children, the number of lenders accepting these types of leases can sometimes be quite restrictive.

There are many factors that can have an impact on the lenders available, these can include:

length of the lease.
break clause within the lease.
level of support / care required.
types of tenants.
landlord experience.
the lease / care provider.

put your trust in the signature team:

with our access to a range of lenders, we know who to approach and when..!

 

Luckily, the signature team are experts when it comes to supported living/social housing mortgages, and have a huge amount of knowledge within this market. With our access to a wide range of lenders, we know who to approach and when. 

 

We’re able to place landlords with the right lenders, that go above and beyond to pre-check leases to ensure the lenders legal department are happy with the agreement drawn up. This way, it helps to reduce any risks, and can save investors any upfront fees. 

 

 

get in touch

put your trust in the signature team:

with our access to a range of lenders, we know who to approach and when..!

 

Supported living mortgages are designed for landlords to rent out their property using a lease through a registered provider. This could include anything from, a housing association, a charity, care providers or local authorities. 

 

You’re required to sign a lease with a registered provider for a pre-set term. They’ll then arrange for the property to be let to their tenants, who are in need of accommodation. As a lease is in place, all monthly rental payments would be made directly to you at a guaranteed amount. 

 

A benefit of investing in a supported living property, is that the registered provider is responsible for the maintenance of the property so this is something that you won’t have to worry about. This provides a more hands-off approach for investors, so it doesn’t matter too much whether you’re new to the industry or not, this could be the right option for you.

get in touch:

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