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A Broker Commercial Loan Mortgage Can Work Out Cheaper In The Long Run

A broker commercial loan mortgage can work out to be cheaper even when you take into account you will have to pay the brokers fees. A broker will have experience in finding the cheapest commercial loans. They will have experience and be able to search with the entire UK market place to find you the cheapest and best deal possible. This could end up saving you a lot of money and course time and along with this will give you all the advice and information you need. Commercial mortgages come with technical jargon and this is one of the most confusing aspects of all loans.

The broker commercial loan mortgage will be clearly explained to you by the broker who makes choosing which type of mortgage for your needs easy. There is the commercial fixed rate and the variable rate. The fixed rate of interest for the mortgage will remain at a set price for a certain period of time which will be defined by the lender. After the time period for the fixed rate has ended the loan will then go onto a variable rate for the remainder of the term of the mortgage. With this type some loans come with early repayment fees if you should find you are able to repay earlier than anticipated. However a broker can search out a fixed rate that does not incur these charges. One of the biggest benefits of the fixed rate is that you know exactly how much you will be paying for your monthly repayments during the fixed period of time.

A variable rate commercial mortgage will be based on the Bank of England�s base rate. If the rate goes up then so will your monthly repayments. One of the advantages of taking out a mortgage that comes with a variable rate is that you are usually offered a cheaper initial rate of interest than comes with a fixed mortgage. The downside is that the repayments will fluctuate so this makes budgeting each month a nightmare.

There is also the capitol repayment mortgage and an interest only mortgage and again a broker commercial loan mortgage comes with an explanation of both. The interest only mortgage will work out with cheaper monthly repayments; however you have to remember that you are only paying back the interest on the amount you are borrowing. This means that at the end of the term of the mortgage you will have to find the total sum left and pay it straight out. The majority of lenders will ask for proof that you have a plan in place to cover the balance. If you choose to take a capitol repayment loan then you will pay a little of the interest and the capitol. This means that at the end of the term of the mortgage you will have fully paid up the amount you borrowed. A specialist will be able to guide you through which could be best for your particular needs. The money they can save you when it comes to getting the cheapest rate is worth the fee.

Submitted by:

Sean Horton

Sean Horton is a Director of Enhanced Wealth, a uk commercial mortgage broker and IFA specialising in mortgage advice and the associated areas of income protection, mortgage protection, and mortgage life cover.


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