Commercial Funding

Commercial Funding

The first port of call for most commercial borrowers has traditionally been their bank. With so much choice now available in the UK market it is important to find the most suitable and viable loan for your Business Objectives.

Raising finance for a business is a time consuming, complex process that requires experience, knowledge of the market and expertise.

Once you have a clear picture of your goals and a good idea of the products that might work for you, you need to find a provider that can start to make things happen for you, and this is where it can get really difficult. You could just visit your local banker but the products they have on offer are limited and might just get you tied into a deal that doesn’t really work for you, additionally, in today’s market, your banker may not be too willing to help you meet your financing goals.

At The Mortgage Store we work very closely with a commercial broker who will be happy to work on your behalf and source the most appropriate scheme.

Please Note: These products are not regulated by the FCA.

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