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
Some of our lenders
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.
Different rates of stamp duty apply depending on whether you are purchasing residential, commercial or mixed use property but how does this tax influence your investment decisions? Andy Elley, expert commercial mortgage broker compares the options.
Funding solutions to help buy or refinance a pub are available whether you’re an experienced or would-be publican, an investor or developer. The challenge to getting pub finance is more about knowing which lender to approach and how. That’s where a specialist commercial mortgage broker can help, as Richard explains.
Average yields have continued to rise for multi-unit freehold blocks (MUFBs) but what exactly are they and how easy is it to finance them? Gareth Richards, Consultant Mortgage Broker explains.
The Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) kept interest rates on hold in September, at 0.25%, but all eyes are now on its 2 November meeting to see if it decides to raise interest rates for the first time in over 10 years