As we approach April 6th – the date on which landlord tax relief changes will come into play – landlords are understandably feeling nervous. Even those who have already made plans to deal with the cuts – which will have significant impact on some landlords’ profits – are worried about their impact on the market. […]
I don’t know if you have got to grips with the tax issues on investment properties yet? If not, below is an overview which you may find helpful. […]
It’s that time of year when some of your self employed clients are likely to owe significant amounts of tax which are now due or overdue. In most cases they will either fund this from cash flow or by raising capital via a traditional loan or remortgage. But do you have clients who can’t raise […]
Commercial finance is often complex. Indeed, it can take multiple properties and multiple lenders to arrive at a satisfactory solution. Of course, the nature of some business restructuring can also add time pressures. […]
Nationwide has announced it will stop lending to new and existing commercial mortgage customers.
Yet at the same time other lenders are becoming more aggressive and Promise is widening the choice of products available to brokers. […]
The client that came to us had an existing commercial loan on a combined business which included a hotel and a residential proposition. The existing lender wanted these two propositions to be split into two separate facilities. […]