Welcome to Stirling Partners Finance.

Property and business finance for transactions between £100k – £100m+

Why work with a mortgage broker?

Your first step for finance research will probably be your existing bank or a comparison website. However, you may quickly realise that the choice of products is vast, many deals are not easily accessed and the procedures that need to be negotiated to achieve borrowing may not in your case be simple. At this point, using the help of an experienced mortgage broker can help save your valuable time and avoid costly mistakes.

A good broker will help you assess your plans, present you to competitive funders and see the deal through to legal completion, dealing with any issues that arise along the way.

Why work with Stirling Partners Finance?

We have a great track record in working in close partnership with our professional connections, creating enduring win-win relationships based on quality, trust and good business practice.

We hope that we do normal broker work very well  but we also hope that if the requirement is more complex that we will also rise to that challenge and deliver for you.

Having very experienced advisers and staff means all clients have access to a wealth of support.

Call us on 020 7580 1555 or complete our contact form.

Recent blog posts from our advisers

  • Mezzanine Property Finance – a practical guide
    Traditionally ‘Mezzanine Finance’ (or ‘Mezz’) was avoided by developers who shied away from the headline costs and the level of gearing it created on a development project. It is however now deemed to be more acceptable (rather like Bridging Loans have seen a rise in up-take) and new lenders are cropping up to meet the
  • When your lender wants you to “move on” – why it happens and what to do
    We are regularly asked to help clients whose banks have asked them (in the nicest possible way but often ‘out of the blue’) to find another lender and move their loan. The client may have done nothing wrong here because, disappointingly, there are a number of reasons why a lender would behave in this way,
  • Equity Release- the Coming of Age
    Equity Release has come a long way since the nineties when loans linked to selling investment bonds and shared appreciation schemes discredited the market for a while. Equity Release Loans are also called Lifetime Mortgages and rates nowadays start as low as 3% PA which is in response to more competition in a market which
  • Holding property through a Limited Company – why you should consider it.
    Landlords are now increasingly considering using a Limited Company for holding property. This is mainly because of ongoing changes to the way mortgage interest is treated, particularly for higher rate tax payers. Using a Limited Company allows all those interest costs to still be offset as a business expense. There are other reasons why landlords
  • Why do developers use brokers?
    By Steve Leverton. Steve specialises in business finance and working with clients of all sizes from niche businesses to multi-million pound PLC’s. Operating successfully in any sector, Steve has long-standing clients in the retail, leisure and entertainment, higher education, manufacturing and property markets. I’m often asked this question, and by bankers in particular. I understand, I was

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