Skipton International is extending the terms of its mortgage proposition to include studio apartments valued at £250,000 and above.
It says it has made the change in response to the increasing demand for all types of investment buy-to-let property.
Roger Hughes, business development manager at Skipton International, said: “We are always reviewing our proposition to see how we can make buying investment property in the UK easier for our clients and now seems like the right time to include smaller apartments in key, prime city locations.
“We have experienced a large number of enquiries to provide mortgages for these homes, as more are being built to meet demand.
“Not only is the number of people living in rented accommodation in the UK increasing, but the population is becoming more transient, moving between cities and countries and looking for a small, simple base that can accommodate this lifestyle.
“Not all lenders will consider studio apartments, but we feel that these properties are ideal long-term investments.”