New Dutch BTL buyers lean to whole loans

By Tom Brown
29 Mar 2021

Investors who want exposure to Dutch buy-to-let mortgages are increasingly taking it in whole loan format rather than through securitized notes, especially if they are insurers or insurance-backed. Banks pulling back from BTL lending has realigned the market and sucked in new specialist lenders, such as start-up SolidBriQ, which launched its platform on Monday.

The Dutch mortgage market has diversified over the past few years, attracting more investors driven by the high-yielding asset class of Dutch BTL. High-street banks typically focus on consumer lending or large ticket corporate lending, freeing up room for smaller lenders to enter the space.

“The combination of the ...

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