As a niche property funder, they pride themselves on using their knowledge and expertise to provide common sense loan structures. They factor each loan to suit your individual requirements and needs as a seasoned property investor. Cambridge and Counties can cater to all your different needs in the property market with Commercial and Residential Investment, Bridging Finance and even Refurbishment Loans for when you need quick access to funds to keep your property up to shape so that it can keep making money for you.
Alongside their team of property experts they can help keep your business competitive by enabling you access to the assets you need, at the exact time you need them. With their Asset Finance options you can get your business’ essential equipment through their Hire Purchase agreement or benefit from the asset immediately using their fixed rate-rate finance lease. They are members of the FLA which shows their commitment to providing a high standard that’s governed by the FLA’s Business Finance Code.
They offer a personal service that’s straightforward, fast and flexible. They know that the classic approach works and are frequently told by their customers that they feel like a person and not just an account number. Their products are straightforward, easy to understand and there are no gimmicks or hidden features. They’re flexible when they’re finding the right product for you, there’s no definite must haves or have nots; each application is considered on its individual merits. Their manual underwriting process, underpinned by a highly experienced team, means you’ll receive a bespoke service that’s first class.
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