Semi-Commercial / Mixed Use Investment Properties have proved to be a high yielding investment for many landlords over the Years. Following COVID -19 and the effect it has had on thousands of businesses, is it still good to invest in these assets and what finance is available for them? The answer is yes, there are some competitive rates still available.

Product Summary

Semi-Commercial Bridging Loans

Rates starting from 0.60% per month. Loan to values available up to 75% LTV. Works funding available.

Whether you wish to purchase a semi-commercial property at auction or you are planning to carry out works on the property, there are some flexible and competitive products available.

Semi-Commercial Mortgages

Rates starting from 3.00% + BoE (Bank of England) base rate (for large loans and capital and interest repayments).

4.79% with interest only payments. Terms up to 25 years. Loan to values up to 75% LTV. If you wish to finance a mixed-use property on a long-term mortgage, we have a solution for you.

How we can help

As commercial mortgage brokers, we specialise in arranging finance for semi-commercial and mixed-use properties and have seen an increase in enquiries for these over the past 2 years. This could be down to an increased scope for converting the commercial element into residential, the enhanced permitted development rights, or because of the high yielding assets that are available on the market. Whatever your reasons for investing in these properties, we have a vast selection of lenders who can provide you with the right solution for purchasing or refinancing your semi-commercial or mixed-use properties.

Get In Touch

To find out more about the products available to you, please get in touch to see how we can help.

We provide a FREE assessment on all our services. Please contact us today for more information on Semi-Commercial / Mixed Use Bridging Loans and Mortgages.

Jake Collins – Property Finance Adviser

Email: jake@advocatefinance.co.uk

Tel:  01206 544333 

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