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We arrange business Finance, Property Lending, Commercial Mortgages and Specialist Buy to Let. We do the complicated and challenging. Because that's all we do, we know what we're doing. It is why we succeed where others fail.
We know what we're doing, it's why our lenders love working with us. We specialise in commercial finance, we get lending agreed quickly and our clients really benefit.
Finance For Trading Businesses
Providing innovative and hassle free finance for your trading business. Bespoke lending to suit the needs of your business.
Property Finance & Commercial Mortgages
Property Finance. Commercial mortgages, semi-commercial and mixed use property loans. Development & Bridging finance.
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Real case studies demonstrating the variety of work we have completed. Real case studies showing what we have achieved for our clients.
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latest news and blogs
How to finance a property bought at auction Forget any episode of ‘Homes under the Hammer’ that is not how real life works. When buying a property at auction you typically only have 28 days to complete on the purchase, which means being a cash buyer or having the finance in place before you bid.
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Wood v Commercial First Business Ltd This case has ruled on last week following an appeal bought by Mortgages For Business. The case was about the payment of commissions by a lender to a broker and where that left the responsibility of the broker and the lender. In essence, if the lender pays a commission
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Joint Venture Developments A joint venture is when you undertake a project with a commercial aim in partnership with another person/s. Joint ventures are pretty common when it comes to property investment, whether that be a property development or acquiring a property to let as an investment. There are several good reasons why joint ventures
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Property Investor & Buy to Let Uncertainty? There is a lot, and I mean a lot, of activity in the property market at the moment. I refer to investors and buy to let owners seeking to refinance and acquire new stock. One question is always about uncertainty. A lot of property investors seem to have
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Valuation Tips One of the biggest factors that prevent businesses and property investors from borrowing is when the security they are putting up is valued below what the owner thinks it is worth. So what can you do? The first thing is to recognise that there is a difference between an estate agent valuation and
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Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS) The successor to CBILS and BBLS (and probably EFG also) remains on track to launch on 1st April, traditionally not a good day for anything to be taken too seriously, however there are some serious facts emerging. For details on how to apply then click here and we will send them
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Recovery Loan Scheme In the budget of 3rd March the chancellor announced a successor to the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme, being the Recovery Loan Scheme. As yet the finer details of the scheme are a little sketchy. The broad details show the scheme as keeping close to CBILS, there are a few key parts
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Beating the stamp duty holiday There are calls for the Government to extend the stamp duty holiday beyond 31st March. The activity in the housing sector has certainly given the economy a boost, whether the Government see this as enough, as an inflation risk, or want to raise taxation at source waits to be seen.
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