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A commercial mortgage is a loan secured by commercial property such as an office building, industrial unit or factory. The proceeds from a commercial mortgage are typically used to acquire, refinance or develop commercial property.
A business/business owner or SIPP (self-invested personal pension) can apply for a commercial mortgage. We can help by ensuring the right product is selected for your needs/requirements as well as liaising with your solicitors/accountants/SIPP providers to ensure the process is as smooth and hassle free as possible.
If you or the person you are buying with, have never owned your own home previously, either in the UK or abroad, you are likely to be a first-time buyer.
There are lots of different mortgage options, from repayment and offset, to fixed, tracker and standard variable rate options. We can help to demystify all of this jargon and get the right product for you and your needs, ensuring you are fully informed and armed with the right advice for one of the biggest decisions of your life.
A re-mortgage is the process of paying off one mortgage with the proceeds from a new mortgage, using the same property as security. There are many options available to people who are looking to re-mortgage, so it is important to get advice from a truly independent specialist like us.
Buy to let mortgages are for landlords who want to buy property to rent it out. Although the rules are similar to regular mortgages there are some key differences, so it is important to get the right advice to avoid issues later on down the process.
Equity release is a means of attaining the use of a property for over 55’s while also obtaining a lump sum and/or a steady stream of income. The lender would need be to be repaid either during the time, at the end of the term, on death or admittance to a care home of the owner, or a combination of all/some of these.
Lifetime mortgages are the most popular type of equity release option for the over 55’s, as you can borrow money secured on your home, while retaining ownership. You can choose to ring fence some of the value of your property as an inheritance for your family.
You should always ensure you take independent financial advice from an expert with a specialist qualification in equity release if you are considering this area There are many important factors to consider and the wrong decision could potentially be life changing.