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    Best Lender for getting the highest possible HMO valuation

    Hi. I have a very specialist HMO that contains 5 en-suite rooms each with a kitchenette (but no fixed cooking facilities) and their own electrical distribution boards. There is a shared common room and a further letting room that has sole use of an en-suite. This room does not contain a kitchenette. This totals 6 rooms. I have a license and a certificate of lawful development for change of use. The property is also in an article 4 area regarding HMO permitted development. Can anyone recommend a lender that will give me the highest valuation and ideally use an 'investment model' valuation, rather than using comparables.

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    Lenders providing Investment Valuations are;-
    Paragon Bank
    Foundation Home Loans
    Keystone Property Finance
    Shawbrook Bank

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      Thank you very much for this information.

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