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If you are looking to secure a commercial or semi-commercial property, we can help you find the ideal mortgage option…

Whether you are looking to take out a commercial mortgage to invest in a property or to rent to a third party, or occupy it yourself, our sister company Commercial Trust is here to help you. They will work with you to help you find the ideal solution.

Commercial loans can also be used to fund any large capital expenditure, research and development, or simply to cover operating costs.

Commercial Trust’s level of service and support is second to none, and they will ensure that the commercial mortgage deal they find you is the best option for your specific needs.

A commercial mortgage is a way to purchase a commercial property, or to secure funds using a commercial property as security.

Commercial mortgages and commercial loans allow companies or individuals to invest in business property, either with the intention of occupying it, or renting it to a third party.

Companies can also raise money using a commercial property to fund other business activities such as research and development or just covering any other business cost.

The biggest difference between a commercial mortgage and a mortgage for rental property is that the land or property tends to have a much larger value. They are mainly used by businesses who either are looking to buy a property, or land for commercial usage.

What is a Commercial Mortgage?

Commercial Mortgage Rates and Fees

Commercial mortgage rates can vary based on many factors. These include the amount you’re looking to borrow, the loan to value you’re looking for and the term of the mortgage.

The type of business that you run can also affect the size of deposit required. There are some lenders who will ask for a greater deposit if your business is considered to be higher risk, perhaps for example a restaurant.

Commercial mortgages are a more complex form of borrowing and as such there is no set rate, so to determine rates and fees a discussion with a specialist is necessary. Get in touch today to find out more.