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Commercial mortgage online packager launches

Financial packager is launching a dedicated commercial mortgage subsidiary,

The site will aim specifically at providing brokers, IFAs and intermediaries with the best commercial mortgage package for their clients’ circumstances, accessed through a vast commercial mortgage lending panel.

Brokers should be able to source the largest range of commercial mortgages in the market from high-street products through to small sole proprietor businesses seeking funding on a self-certification basis.

Intermediaries using the site can expect to find an unrivalled offering providing a top-class service that pays market-leading commissions.

The commercial offering offered by along with their secured loans, bridging finance and development finance. director Gavin Seaholme says: “The commercial mortgage market is changing and with that change comes a vast array of lenders and product offerings to choose from. provides brokers with a simple sourcing and packaging process making it easier for them to find and deliver the most suitable products for their clients.

“Brokers in this marketplace often can’t take advantage of the best deals that are available for their clients. As a master packager of commercial mortgages and loans we will smooth the process for brokers ensuring they can access those products and provide the necessary funds for their clients.”


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