Limetree Financial Services, based in Cambridge, have over 75 years’ industry experience offering independent advice on the insurance and mortgage markets. Regardless of whether you are an experienced business person in need of a commercial mortgage or a first time buyer, we have the team to help get the best deal on the market suited to your needs. Read our client testimonials to learn more about how we work.

Our team of advisors are experienced in negotiating the best commercial mortgages on the market. As Limetree are independent with no allegiance to lenders you have the benefit of having access to all the commercial mortgages that suit your requirements. The commercial market is very different from the residential market so if this is your first commercial mortgage then we will take time to ensure you have full understanding of the lenders’ criteria.

Whether you need a mortgage for a hotel, farm, factory, pub or restaurant, there will be a financial solution for you. Despite the difficult economic climate it’s essential to use a professional service that you can trust to help you find and negotiate the best package. As we are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority you can be certain that we will act with your best interests at all times.

We pride ourselves on good communication and our open and honest approach. Every client has differing needs that’s why we offer a personal service, individual to their requirements. We also understand that life is busy and our team happily work outside the normal 9-5 so we can fit around your meetings and commitments. Ensuring high levels of customer service is vital to maintain the quality service that our clients expect from the team at Limetree Cambridge.

So if you have a dream about launching a new business and want to discuss your financial requirements then please don’t hesitate to contact our team of experts, we will be happy to help you on your way to achieving your goals.

Latest commercial mortgages posts

Mortgages For Company Directors ARE Possible

It’s become widely recognised that since tighter financial regulations came in, triggered by the economic crisis, securing a mortgage has become problematic in general. If you’re self-employed and working as a company director you face even more obstacles when looking for a lender.

No more self-certification

In the days before tighter rules, many self-employed people got self-certification mortgages, where lenders didn’t check their stated income. However, they became known as ‘liar loans’ due to instances of and potential for fraud, and were done away with, dashing the hopes of genuine applicants. A few years on and company directors continue to struggle to get a mortgage, even if they and their businesses are successful.

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