You are probably aware that there are numerous commercial lending schemes available so it is important that the correct one is chosen to meet the needs of your business. In this respect, in this section of our website, you will find information about a number of lending schemes that we trust you find of benefit.
So, if you are looking to purchase some commercial premises with the help of a commercial mortgage or invest in new machinery supported by a business loan you have started your search in the right place.
Please select a service from the list below for more information.
Q3 Sees Rise In Outstanding Value of Residential Mortgages
According to data published by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), there was an increase in the third quarter of 2018 in the outstanding value of residential mortgage lending to £1,430 billion. This was an increase of 3.2% when compared with the figures produced for the same period in 2017. This was good news for the […]more
Q2 Sees Rise In Residential Mortgage Lending
Data published by the Bank of England/ Financial Conduct Authority shows that there was an increase in the amount of residential mortgage lending when comparing the second quarter of 2018 with the same quarter of 2017. In Q2 of 2018 the total amount of regulated and non regulated residential loans outstanding was £1,417.2 billion whereas […]more
Illegal Money Lending In The UK
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published a document last month entitled “Shining a light on illegal money lending: consumer experiences of unauthorised lending in the UK”. You can read it in full on the FCA website but we thought you may find it of interest if we highlighted some of the findings. To help produce […]more
FCA Closely Monitoring Mortgage Lending To Those With Poor Credit
Apparently, at the Association of Short Term Lenders Conference that took place on the 22nd September 2016, Lynda Blackwell, Manager of the Financial Conduct Authority’s mortgage sector team, announced that they were aware that there was more subprime lending, an increase in lending to the self employed who have only been able to provide one […]more