Commercial Mortgages

A commercial mortgage can be taken out to buy, extend, improve or re-mortgage premises.

Typical Terms
Loan Size: £25,001 and upwards (no maximum)
Term: Up to 30 years
Loan to Value: Up to 100% (Higher for GP's, Vets and Dentists)
Rate: Variable rates starting from1% over base, Fixed and Capped rates
Fees: Lenders arrangement fee is usually between 0.5% and 1% of funds raised

We have access to a wide range of innovative and competitive finance packages, and by working in partnership with our clients we are able to find flexible solutions for all types of commercial property.

Types of Commercial Mortgage

Owner Occupied

Purchase of any type of commercial property for your own use.

Investment

Single units or substantial portfolios of office, retail, leisure and light industrial premises, as well as residential portfolios.

Development

All types of development, whether you're building, extending or improving your premises for occupation, letting or selling. We also specialise in residential development finance, from single units to larger development schemes of 50 units plus.

Refinancing

Releasing the equity locked up in your property, or simply improving the terms of your existing finance.

Bridging Finance

We can arrange a bridging loan for all types of commercial property. Urgent cases can be completed within a matter of days. Typical loans are 65% - 80% of the purchase price, but can be higher where additional security is available.

To talk with one of our consultants call us on 07710 421 459 or 0772 525 3142 or complete your details here and we will contact you.

Think carefully before securing other debts against your property, it may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your loan.

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A commercial mortgage can be taken out to buy, extend, improve or re-mortgage business premises.

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