Property Finance explained
Looking to purchase a property or raise finance against an existing property? We can help you find the right development finance or commercial mortgage deal.
This type of finance is typically offered in the form of a commercial mortgage and can be used for several purposes including:
Typical repayment periods extend from 10 years up to a maximum of 30 years. Some lenders offer commercial mortgages with shorter repayment periods – this is usually referred to as bridge finance.
Whatever the plan, commercial mortgages do offer some important advantages over rental of property or land. However, before you take this big step consider carefully the advantages and disadvantages of these loans.
- you can keep ownership of your business and your business premises.
- commercial mortgages are not subject to rental fluctuations, giving you a more stable business planning environment
- with typically lower interest rates than other unsecured loans, they offer lower monthly costs and can be fixed to help you more accurately manage and forecast your finances
- commercial mortgage interest payments are tax deductible, this can contribute to reducing your business’ annual tax overheads
- improved cash flow management and, providing the lender agrees, you can sub-let some of your business premises.
Finpoint is staffed with impartial finance experts that speak your language and are always ready to walk you through the pro’s and con’s of each option before you proceed. Decide without any pressure, safe in the knowledge you got the best funding solution for your business.
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