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Residential Mortgages

Trinity has a wealth of experience in arranging finance for both property purchases and re-mortgages.We have access to over 40 of the leading mortgage lenders and, also, the mortgages being offered by smaller building societies and the best private banks.

Buy-to-let Mortgages

Buy-to-let property investments can offer regular rental income or even act as an alternative to a pension annuity. Trinity has access to lenders providing impressive rates and generous rental calculations enabling them to offer more generous loan sizes. 

We also offer:

  • First-time buyer mortgages
  • Mortgages over £500,000
  • Interest-only mortgages
  • Mortgages for Professionals
  • Second home and holiday let mortgages
  • Buy-to-let portfolio reviews
  • Investment banker mortgages
  • Private bank mortgages
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Halifax to offer 5.5 times salary mortgages

19th Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Halifax for Intermediaries has announced changes to its mortgage income multiples and the addition of a 5.5 times salary band for higher earners. 

As house prices continue to rise in many parts of the UK borrowers are struggling to secure sufficiently large mortgages to buy the properties they want. As a result, lenders like Barclays, Halifax, HSBC and Santander are reacting with more generous loan sizes. 

The maximum 5.5 loan-to-income multiple is being increased for many applicants when they apply to Halifax. Providing they have an income over £75,000, a 25% deposit, and the loan amount is up to £1 million.

Halifax offers up to five times salary mortgages to borrowers earning between £50,000 and £75,000 providing they have a 25% deposit.

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: "Applicants will need a good credit score to qualify for these deals. A maximum multiple of 4.49 times salary applies on affordable housing schemes and where there is any element of self-employed income."

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a more generous mortgage or book a consultation

More Green Mortgages to be introduced and linked to EPC ratings under new government plans

15th Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

The government is considering plans linking Green Mortgages to more energy-efficient homes and may impose targets for lenders if insufficient progress is made. 

Mortgage lenders could be required to disclose the energy efficiency performance of homes in their portfolio under plans outlined in the government's net-zero strategy, published on Tuesday. 

The government said it was working with mortgage lenders to help them develop green finance products. In the report, it says: "We are working with mortgage lenders to support homeowners to improve the energy performance of their properties and will publish our response to our lender's consultation in due course.  

"Government is also exploring the case for a further green home finance innovation programme, focussed on supporting lenders to develop green finance products targeted at consumer types who will be impacted by future regulation, and which the market is unlikely to develop on its own in the short term." 

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a mortgage or book a consultation 

Trinity's Anthony Emmerson is a guest on Winkworth's The Property Exchange podcast

13th Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

In Winkworth's latest episode of The Property Exchange podcast focusing on the Budget, Chief Executive Dominic Agace is joined by Trinity Financial's Anthony Emmerson.

The podcast covers what Dominic would like the Chancellor to announce during the budget, while Anthony gives an update on the mortgage market for first-time buyers. 

There are calls for stamp duty changes, particularly in the second home market, and conversations about landlords and how they have been hit by the recent tax and acceptance criteria changes.

The Property Exchange podcast is presented by broadcaster and commentator Anne Ashworth. She highlights rumours that Michael Gove, the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, is pushing lenders to make it easier qualify for a mortgage.

Click on the play button below to listen.

What are Green Mortgages? And how many lenders provide them?

10th Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

There has been an increase in the number of lenders providing Green Mortgage rates or incentives for energy-efficient homes. 

Most homes sold in the UK need an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). This tells you how energy efficient, or green, the house is. Each property is given a score - the higher the number, the more energy-efficient the property.  

As pressure increases on homes to be more energy-efficient, mortgage lenders either provide better mortgage rates or cash back when they purchase better-insulated homes.  

More of the larger mortgage lenders like Barclays, Leeds Building Society, NatWest, Virgin Money, and Kensington reward borrowers for buying greener properties.  

Nationwide has a Green Reward offer, where you could get up to £500 cashback when you buy an energy-efficient home. The lender provides £500 cashback for a property with a score of 92 or above. It reduces to £250 cashback for a property with a score of 86 to 91. 

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: “The number of lenders requiring properties to meet the minimum energy rating to be accepted for a mortgage application will increase over the next few years. At the moment, there have not been enough incentives in the mortgage market for borrowers to specifically call and ask for one of the Green Mortgages, but this is changing.  

“Homebuyers want to know how much they can borrow and what the cheapest deal is they can get. Adding the EPC rating in is certainly an extra complication, but it will be a standard question moving forward.”   

NatWest has some particularly cheap Green Mortgages undercutting the rest of this limited market. The Mortgage Works only provide buy-to-let let mortgages over 75% loan-to-value for properties with an EPC rating of A, B or C at application. 

You can check the latest EPC rating on your property using this link.

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a Green Mortgage or book a consultation 

A guide to HSBC’s buy-to-let mortgage rates and acceptance criteria

6th Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

HSBC for Intermediaries has expanded the availability of its buy-to-let mortgages allowing Trinity Financial's brokers access to its top rates.  

HSBC is providing mortgages for buy-to-let purchases, remortgages and let to buy's, and has a selection of two-year fixes and tracker mortgages, plus five-year fixes. 

The lender offers mortgages up to £2 million with either a £1,999 arrangement fee or no-fee options.  

Buy-to-let mortgage applications will be assessed using the property's rental income and this makes it impossible for many landlords to secure the mortgage they need. Unlike many other lenders, applicants will not be able to increase the maximum loan size using their salary or investment income.

The rental income must cover 125% for basic rate taxpayers or 145% high rate taxpayers of the stressed mortgage repayment. A stressed rate of between 4.99% and 5.5% will be applied. Click here to use our buy-to-let calculator to work out how much you can borrow. 

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure an HSBC buy-to-let mortgage or book a consultation. 

Source: HSBC for Intermediaries 

£38.9bn worth of mortgages reverting onto expensive standard variable rates during October

1st Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Unless borrowers take action, billions of pounds worth of mortgages will revert onto expensive standard variable rates over the coming months. 

October is reported to be the biggest month for remortgage maturities of 2021, with data firm CACI predicting that £38.9bn of fixed and tracker rates will expire. According to an article in Mortgage Solutions magazine, the firm expects January to have even more mortgages up for renewal, with £39.6bn of remortgages expected to mature. 

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: "Many borrowers tend to stick with their existing lenders using the product transfer system, but if they need to raise funds for home improvements or debt consolidation, they will have to submit a full application. 

"Before you lock into a fixed rate make sure it is the best product on the market for you because some of the lenders do not offer competitively priced product transfers. Our brokers have access to lenders offering two, three and five-year fixes below 1%."  

Is it worth remortgaging to another lender?

Research by a leading mortgage firm shows the mortgage price war has resulted in an 18% increase in potential savings. The amount a typical borrower can save by switching deals versus staying on the standard variable rate has jumped from £1,259 per year in 2020 to £2,540 today.

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to remortgage or book a consultation 

Source: Mortgage Solutions magazine and CACI 

The Telegraph - We paid off our mortgage and started living our dream life

1st Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

We all dream of a time where the hard years of work have paid off and the second half of life sweetly beckons, with the biggest bills behind us and a gentler, more relaxed existence ahead. It’s not about retiring, but about enjoying more choice and opportunity, no longer feeling the burden of providing for young children or the need to be working every hour to pay the bills.

It’s important to remember what a rare opportunity this is. Most millennials will never dream of achieving it. “Even with the cheap rates, many younger borrowers are now taking 35 or 40-year mortgage terms as well as taking bigger mortgages than ever before,” says Aaron Strutt of mortgage firm Trinity Financial. “They have a big debt and high monthly repayments.”

Click here to read the full story £ 

The Telegraph - Lending war delivers Britain's lowest ever buy-to-let mortgage

1st Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

An escalating price war between buy-to-let mortgage lenders means landlords can access sub-1% mortgage ratses.

The Mortgage Works, the specialist arm of Nationwide Building Society, has launched a two-year fixed buy-to-let mortgage at a rate of 0.99pc.

Aaron Strutt, of mortgage broker Trinity Financial, told the Telegraph increasingly cheap mortgage rates, have tempted landlords who were considering leaving the market to stay.

"When lenders lower their residential deals they often improve the buy-to-let pricing, meaning mortgages for landlords have been getting more competitively priced," he added.

Click here to view the full story £

Financial Times - Cheapest two-year fixed-rate mortgage deal launched in UK

18th Sep 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Competition in the UK mortgage market moved up a gear on Friday as the Co-operative Bank launched a record low two-year fixed rate deal, with an interest rate of 0.79 per cent. 

Platform’s (the broker lender arm of The Co-Operative Bank) 0.79 per cent rate is limited to borrowers seeking a loan of no more than 60 per cent of the property value and comes with a relatively high fee of £1,499. The lender also offers a 0.84 per cent deal at a lower £999 fee.

Aaron Strutt, product director at broker Trinity Financial, told the Financial Times there is more choice of variable rates at the moment. “Tracker rates pretty much disappeared not that long ago but they are back and particularly cheap.”

Click here to view the full story £ 

The Sunday Telegraph - Britain's lowest ever mortgage rate launches

18th Sep 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Mortgage rates have reached a historic low with the launch of a new 0.79pc loan, the lowest ever recorded in Britain. 

A rate war has erupted in the mortgage market in recent months with banks repeatedly undercutting each other on price. There are now 140 loans on the market with sub-1pc interest rates, financial analysts Moneyfacts said.

Aaron Strutt of Trinity Financial, a mortgage broker, told The Telegraph the previous lowest rate was offered by Barclays at 0.86pc and suggested rates could fall even further. 

“Banks that are already offering loans below 1pc are indicating they could cut a further 0.25 percentage points from their rate,” he said.

Click here to view the full story £ 

The Sunday Times - How to save £1,110 a month in mortgage repayments

5th Sep 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Darren and Juliet Milgate, both 50, have managed to cut the mortgage rate they pay on their home in Kingswood, Surrey, from just over 5 per cent to 0.99 per cent in two years, saving more than £1,000 a month.

Aaron Strutt from the mortgage broker Trinity Financial told The Sunday Times: “More borrowers have been making overpayments while they can, especially if they’re saving money on overseas holidays and commuting.” 

Click here to view the full story £

Feature: Who took the gold in our latest BTL lender ratings?

2nd Sep 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinity Financial provide scores and feedback to the industry magazine Mortgage Strategy highlighting how the lenders are performing.

As landlords, both old and new, look to tap into the low mortgage rates on offer and the opportunities created by a decade of house price growth, there seems no stopping the buy-to-let market. 

Click here to view the full article and scores.

£435,000 mostly interest-only mortgage for parents using JBSP to help son onto the property ladder

1st Oct 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Key features:                 

  • Parents use joint borrower sole proprietor scheme to help son buy property
  • Mostly interest-only mortgage using three incomes with 12-year term
  • £440,000 on 1.62% two-year fix with a generous lender

Our clients

Our clients asked for help to secure a guarantor type mortgage known in the industry as a joint borrower sole proprietor mortgage (JBSP). They wanted to help their son to get on the property ladder.

Both of the parents worked, and the son was also employed in the IT sector. The father is 59, and the wife was 55. They had a 30% deposit.

How did we help?

After going through their mortgage affordability, our broker realised they would need to use all three incomes because they were taking a relatively large loan, and they had a mortgage on their existing home. Also, because of the oldest applicants age, the term would be limited.

What was the rate?            

A 1.63% two-year fix, and after this period, it reverted to the lenders 3.64% variable rate, although a 1% discount applies to the standard variable rate after five years. The overall cost for comparison is 3.7% APRC. The arrangement fee was £995, and early repayment charges apply. 

What was the term?

The mortgage had was limited to 12-years. After this period the mortgage would need to be repaid or refinanced to another lender. 

How much did the mortgage cost? 

The initial payment on interest-only was £1,374.21 each month (Part one was on interest-only at £955.71 and part two on capital repayment at £418.50). After the initial fixed-rate period, the payments increased to £1,992.81 (part one will be £1,052.48 and part two £940.33.

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a mortgage or book a consultation 

£1.3 million mortgage offered in two days for Indian couple on tier two visas

15th Aug 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Key features:                 

  • £1.3 million mortgage for investment managers buying home
  • 1.65% two-year fixed part interest-only 
  • Five times salary income multiple using latest bonus
  • Indian clients on tier-2 visa     

Our clients

Our clients asked for help to secure a £1,300,000 mortgage to purchase a £1,600,000 property in London. They had been in the UK for nearly five years on a tier-2 visa and required a five times salary income multiple.  

They wanted to secure part of the mortgage on interest-only to reduce their costs and access a cheap mortgage rate. One of the applicants had recently moved jobs and received a bonus.   

How much did the mortgage cost? 

The interest-only mortgage was £3,050 per month, and the reversion payment was £4,784 when the fixed-rate finishes if the rate is not switched. 

£480,000 was on capital repayment and £800,000 on interest-only. 

How is it possible to get such a fast mortgage?

Our broker applied to a lender with a solid track record of providing larger loans and faster offers. The bank used a free system-generated valuation to inspect the property, but the client needed to get their own structural survey.

We provided all of the documentation to the lender to offer the mortgage, and as they have a good enough credit score, it was agreed quickly. They provided us with their latest bank statements and payslips.

What was the rate?            

A 1.65% two-year fix, and after this period, it reverted to the lenders 3.59% variable rate. The overall cost for comparison is 3.4% APRC. The arrangement fee was £999, and early repayment charges apply. The mortgage had a 25-year term.           

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a mortgage or book a consultation 

£1.5 million mortgage on 1.49% seven-year fix

2nd Aug 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Key features:                

  • £1.5 million mortgage on 1.49% seven-year fix 
  • Banker moving up the property ladder
  • Previous main residence switched to buy-to-let without early repayment charges leaving him free to sell

Our client    

Our client asked for helped to secure two mortgages. He had found a large home to buy and wanted a £1.5 million mortgage to purchase the £3 million house. He received an annual bonus and recently started a new role at a large bank.

He was considering selling his existing main residence and did not want to have two residential mortgages.

How did we help?   

Trinity Financial's broker secured one of the cheapest ever longer-term fixed rates providing him with the long term payment security he wanted. As the lender provided generous income multiples we did not need to use his bonuses for affordability purposes.

Our broker also arranged a buy-to-let mortgage on the previous residence without early repayments so he could sell it without paying exit fees. The rate was also very competitively priced.  

What was the £1.5 million mortgage rate?           

A 1.49% 31 August 2028, and after this period, it reverted to the banks 3.59% variable rate. The overall cost for comparison is 2.8% APRC. The arrangement fee was £999, and early repayment charges apply. The mortgage had a 30-year term.          

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a mortgage or book a consultation 

£800,000 mortgage on 0.99% five-year fix for Barrister and Solicitor moving out of London

1st Aug 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Key features:                

  • £800,000 mortgage for Barrister and Solicitor relocating 
  • 0.99% interest-only rate with payments as low as £661 per month 
  • Switched lenders when super-cheap fix launched
  • 5.2 times salary income multiple to secure large enough mortgage

Our clients    

Our clients asked for help to secure an £800,000 mortgage to purchase a £2 million property in Surrey. They decided to sell their London home and buy a larger house with more outside space with a wider choice of schools.  

The Barrister had worked on some big cases and received large payments that were not reflected in his accounts. His wife was an employed solicitor. The couple needed just over five times salary, and requested a cheap interest-only mortgage.  

How did we help?   

Trinity's broker initially applied to a lender to secure a fast mortgage offer as the vendor's estate agents were pushing for prompt completion.

Once the offer was produced, another large lender launched one of the cheapest ever five-year fixes, so we submitted another application to the lender to secure this rate.

As the Barrister's income had been mixed with some very recent large payments, we found lenders offering great rates and over five-times income multiples. 

How much did the mortgage cost?

The interest-only mortgage was as low as £661 per month.

What was the rate?           

A 0.99% five-year fix, and after this period, it reverted to the lenders 3.59% variable rate. The overall cost for comparison is 3% APRC. The arrangement fee was £1,499, and early repayment charges apply. The mortgage had a 25-year term.          

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a mortgage or book a consultation 

Life insurance approved for client who struggled to secure own policy

29th Jul 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinty Financial recently arranged a life and critical illness policy for a client who had their application refused when they applied directly. 

Our client went to an insurer after contacting them before starting the mortgage process, but the provider was unhappy with a minor health issue he had.

The provider asked a series of medical underwriting procedures, and eventually concluded they would postpone the application for six months. 

Danny Davis, a protection specialist at Trinity Financial, says: "Different insurers are open to different levels of risk. We commonly find the cheaper insurers are the most risk-averse and seem the most attractive initially."

How did we help?

After thorough research into the different insurers available, we discovered a provider that could accept the client’s application based on their medical disclosures. 

The application was instantly accepted with no further medical underwriting required. Additionally, we found the client a more competitive monthly premium. 

Which policy did he take?

Life insurance policy of £300,000 over 25-year term costing £40 per month. Also, a critical illness cover for £40,000 costing £41 per month. The critical illness policy would payout on the diagnosis of a critical illness. 

Call Danny Davis at Trinity Financial for help to secure a life insurance policy

£750,000 mortgage for company directors buying 40 acre property with stables

20th Jul 2021 • By Aaron Strutt

Key features:               

  • Large £1.1 million property with 40 acres and stables 
  • Directors relocating to Devon to spend more time working from home
  • Interest-only mortgage with 1.43% fixed rate 

Our clients   

Our clients asked for help to purchase a large house with 40 acres and stables in Devon.  

During lockdown the couple decided they wanted to spend more time away from their office and have more space for their horses. They wanted to keep their costs to a minimum and secure a competitively priced rate. 

They came to Trinity Financial even though they had an existing broker to find a lender offering a good deal on properties with land.

How did we help?  

Trinity’s broker approached a selection of lenders offering mortgages to clients buying properties with land. While many of them did not want to lend on the house, although one of the bigger providers offering cheap rates accepted the application subject to its valuers comments.

After the valuer assessed the property, he was happy it provided suitable security for the bank and the land and stables were not going to be used for commercial purposes. This often includes being farmed or the stables rented out.  

The bank provided a very competitively priced five-year rate on an interest-only basis enabling them to keep monthly costs low until they had to repay the debt in 15 years. 

What was the rate?        

A 1.43% rate fixed until 31/03/2026, and after the fixed period, it reverted to the bank's 3.59% standard variable rate.

The overall cost for comparison is 2.8% APRC. The arrangement fee was £1,499, and early repayment charges applied.    

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a mortgage or book a consultation 

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Our list of Mortgage Lenders

Trinity Financial works with a broad range of lenders across the UK.

We offer a comprehensive range of first charge mortgages from across the market. Details of our lender panels are outlined below:

  • Accord Mortgages
  • Aldermore Mortgages
  • Ahli United
  • Bank of Ireland UK
  • Bank of Ireland "Bespoke"
  • Barclays
  • Barclays Wealth
  • Bank of China
  • Bluestone Mortgages
  • BM Solutions
  • Buckingshire BS
  • Chorley BS
  • Clydesdale Bank
  • Coutts
  • Coventry / Godiva Mortgages
  • Darlington BS
  • Digital Mortgages by Atom Bank
  • Danske Bank
  • Fleet Mortgages
  • Family Building Society
  • First Trust
  • Foundation Home Loans
  • Furness BS
  • Halifax Intermediaries
  • Hanley Economic BS
  • Harpenden BS
  • Hinckley & Rugby BS
  • Hodge Lifetime
  • HSBC for Intermediaries
  • HSBC Private Bank
  • Interbay
  • Kensington
  • Kent Reliance BS
  • Leeds BS
  • Manchester BS
  • Mansfield BS
  • Market Harborough BS
  • Metro Bank
  • Nationwide For Intermediaries
  • NatWest Intermediary Solutions
  • Newbury BS
  • Newcastle Intermediary Services
  • The Nottingham
  • The Mortgage Works
  • TSB for Intermediaires
  • Paragon
  • Pepper Homeloans
  • Platform for Intermediaries
  • Precise Mortgages
  • Progressive BS
  • Principality BS
  • Santander For Intermediaries
  • Saffron BS
  • Scottish Widows Bank
  • Shawbrook Bank
  • Skipton Intermediaries
  • Skipton International
  • Teachers BS
  • The Mortgage Lender
  • The Mortgage Works
  • Tipton & Coseley BS
  • Together 
  • TSB Bank plc
  • Virgin Money for Intermediaries
  • The West Brom
  • Zephyr

Trinity Financial has access to a wide range of private banks providing £1million+ mortgages, including:

  • Arbuthnot Latham
  • Bank of Canada
  • Barclays
  • Butterfield
  • Coutts
  • EFG 
  • HSBC
  • Investec
  • Klienworth Hambros
  • Santander

Equity release lenders

  • Aviva
  • Canada Life
  • Hodge
  • Just 
  • Legal and General
  • LVE
  • more2life
  • OneFamily
  • Pure Retirement

Specialist partners 

  • Buildloan 
  • TBMC
  • IMPACT Specialist Finance
  • Lowry Capital
  • Affirmative

We do not currently have access to:

  • Chelsea BS
  • First Direct
  • M&S Bank
  • Yorkshire BS
  • Yorkshire Bank
  • RBS
  • Lloyds

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Our expert brokers have a wealth of experience working with all types of clients, whether they live in the UK or internationally.

Navigating the mortgage market is now more complex than ever. However, Trinity simplifies the process and removes the stress out of arranging finance.

As part of our bespoke mortgage service:

  • Trinity makes securing a mortgage as smooth and straight forward as possible;
  • Trinity researches the best lender and mortgage rates;
  • Trinity explains the mortgage options available;
  • Trinity updates applicants on the progress of their mortgage application at each stage.

To find out more about our services and how we can help you to secure a mortgage, call us on 020 7016 0790, book a consultation using the form below or complete our mortgage questionnaireOur expert brokers will be happy to assist.

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