Award-winning commercial mortgage brokers
We specialise in finding the best commercial mortgages in the UK for both investors and business owner-occupiers. Our expert brokers really understand the market and know when to approach a high street bank or a specialist lender for your commercial mortgage requirements. So talk to us today and let us help you.More about commercial mortgages
- Businesses to buy their work premises
- Remortgaging to expand or purchase a trading business
- Investors to invest in commercial property
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Commercial mortgage rates and fees
Commercial mortgage rates are not standardised in the same way as residential or buy to let mortgages, instead each rate is individually priced to match the strength of the proposal. The fees associated with commercial mortgages are a little more straightforward and detailed below.
How to apply for a commercial mortgage
Whether you’re an investor or a business, talk to us and we’ll make the application for you. We will ensure that your loan application is presented in the format the lender prefers. At Mortgages for Business we have strong relationships with many banks and specialist lenders and we work hard to negotiate the best rate and terms for your project.
A range of new rates and other incentives have been launched by a raft of lenders, including new two-year fixed buy to let rates for limited companies from Aldermore and an ‘HMO hybrid’ valuation option from Shawbrook, for houses in multiple occupations (HMOs) valued at less than £1m.
The Government has acknowledged that Britain’s housing market is broken and has published a White Paper aimed at tackling the crisis. Steve Olejnik looks at what this means for SME builders and property developers.
Admitting that the UK housing market is ‘broken’, the Government’s new Housing White Paper sets out a series of initiatives to support and diversify the housing market in order to create the type of homes that people can afford and in places they want to live.
In 2016 we saw many of the high street banks continue to restructure and downsize their offerings to SMEs. But how has this affected companies trying to get a commercial mortgage or refinance their business premises? Andy Elley explains.