There are several ways of funding or financing a business, and the options available will depend on your business's stage, financial situation, and goals
The Chancellor’s announcement today, as part of the mini-Budget, that he is increasing the threshold at which stamp duty is payable to £250,000 (£425,000 for first-time buyers) is welcome news for homebuyers and for the economy, but it also brings opportunity for our property investor clients.
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With such a wide choice of Lending options available to you, a Commercial Finance Broker’s role is to understand your requirements and to source, the most appropriate funding for your business or property finance need, saving you time and money.
Property development as an industry has grown considerably over the past 10 years with more and more people entering the market
Nick brings over 20 years’ experience in banking having worked at HSBC, 15 of which have been in Commercial Banking supporting local businesses and professionals
Matt Lobb, Commercial Financier at Sterling Commercial Finance is jubilant to have recently completed a six-figure working capital facility to support the growth plans of a market-leading environmental services consultancy
One of the recent evolutions has been the launch of green BTL mortgages by a number of Lenders.
Last week, I found out that Buy-to-Let (BTL) mortgages were 25 years old in September, having been created back in 1996.
EMPO is the leading residential landlord association in the East Midlands. This established association has been providing support and representing member’s interests since 1942.