Commercial investment mortgages are designed for individuals and companies purchasing a business property as an asset, profiting from rents and property value appreciation.
Typical examples of when a commercial property mortgage would apply would be for shopping complexes, hotels, offices, warehouses and so forth.
We understand that customers can struggle to find a High Street lender that can cater for the needs of a commercial mortgage – that’s where a commercial mortgage broker like us can help. We offer access to private banks and commercial lenders and have extensive knowledge of dealing with this type of customer.
Our customers include a portfolio of 17 care homes worth a combined £30 million, a warehouse worth over £5 million, and flats worth over £4 million.
Loans can be structured in many different ways; onshore / offshore, company name or trust. The lenders we work with will have more flexible underwriting criteria, and our experience allows us to negotiate on your behalf for your ideal commercial investment.
A commercial mortgage is quite simply a mortgage that is lent to an individual or company to buy a business property. Different types of property for business purposes are as follows:
- Commercial buy to let property
- Land for development
- Public houses
- Hotels & guest houses
- Farms and other agricultural land
- Leisure industry
- Warehouses and factory units
- Office accommodation
There is no maximum loan but the loan to value will vary significantly depending on property type. To find out more complete the enquiry form below and a commercial mortgage specialist will be back to you shortly to discuss your requirements.
largemortgageloans.com is a member of the NACFB.
Why use an NACFB Broker?
As funding for Small Businesses has become more difficult, the advantages of using a broker to help fund your business are greater than ever and this has been recognised at the highest level. The NACFB is engaged with Government and HM Treasury in sourcing not only High Street lending but alternative forms of Finance to help SMEs in the UK.
About the NACFB
The National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers was founded in 1992 in response to the growing incidence of fraud and is run by an elected Board of Directors supported by the Executive. It was formed in the belief that the establishment of measurable standards of proper professional practice in sourcing commercial funding was in the best interests of its SME customers, and vital to the integrity and future well-being of the industry. The NACFB has established complaints and disciplinary procedures designed to eliminate unacceptable working practices amongst its members. The Association also exists to safeguard both its members and their clients against restrictive practices within the industry.
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some aspects of commercial mortgages.