In this brief guide we are going to discuss NLA mortgages.

Who are NLA Mortgages?

NLA Mortgages ( National Landlords association mortgages)is a free online buy-to-let mortgage search facility for all private landlords enabling you to source from a highly competitive range of buy-to-let mortgage schemes that are researched and updated daily.

NLA mortgages will have access to exclusive schemes that are not available in the general marketplace but can be viewed from the NLA website.

You can view the proc fees offered by the lenders here.


Once you have registered you will get access to NLA mortgages scoring and quotation system for the range of buy to let mortgages it holds data on.

You can register for NAL mortgages here.

Benefits of NLA mortgages

Best in market products researched daily

Cashback for NLA Full Members

Find schemes that fit your expected rental income

Free helpdesk for information and support

NLA Mortgages offers buy-to-let and commercial finance from a wide range of lender across the whole of the market. 

Quoting and sourcing system

You can access the NLA mortgages quoting and sourcing system here.

The sourcing system will require you to input the property details, the tenancy details and the applicant’s details(your details).

It will also ask for the purchase Price/Estimated Value, loan Required and monthly Rental Income.

The NAL quoting and scoring system claims to have over 1889 schemes on its database.

Mortgage products NLA mortgages offer:

Buy-to-let mortgages

Houses in multiple occupation (HMOs)

Student lets

Property portfolios

Limited companies

Auction finance

Commercial mortgages

Development finance

Bridging finance

How to Contact NLA mortgages

You can contact NLA mortgages from 9am to 5pm on: 029 2069 5555

You can also contact them via post here:

NLA Mortgages

Greenmeadow House

2 Village Way

Greenmeadow Springs Business Park


CF15 7NE

John Bate

John has 22 years of experience in financial services. This spans across financial research, financial services (As a qualified mortgage broker and underwriter), financial trading and sales at global investment banks. While working as a publishing research analyst, he covered European bank credit and advised institutional clients on investment strategies at both JP Morgan and Societe Generale. John has passed all three levels of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) programme.