Hello @Andreu Pifarre ,
Depends on your income and networth. Normally the banks don't offer mortgages to invest in other countries and if they do is at a higher interest. In the UK, I know, that they offer mortgages to invest in Spain. But is not bussiness as usual.
Let us know if you need help.
Depends on your income and networth. Two mortgages are possible, but for a standard salaried person it's going to be difficult to get a third mortgage (and more expensive). In the UK, the credit score is relevant, in the rest of Europe, if they think that you're going to be able to repay the mortgage they will lend you up to a maximum of 30-35% of your monthly income.
For example: if a person earns 2000 euros per month, this person will be able only to borrow up to 600 euros on monthly mortgage payments.
Also, it depends on the amount of your own savings that you're investing, is not the same to ask for 50% LTV than 80% LTV.
And not, I don't think that the USA strategies are easily appliable in Europe. You could apply other kind of strategies...
Read about Judith and Fergus Wilson, maths teachers who grew a huge portfolio Of property.
Thanks for the contribution @Kerry Baird .
I found that article that explains about them: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fergus_and_Judith_Wi...
But, yes, I think that the UK it's a better place to do Buy to Let strategies than Spain. In Spain the banks are limiting the mortgages, many operations are with cash.