At Key Commercial Finance we pride ourselves on having the expertise to help a wide range of businesses and property professionals secure finance for their many types of projects.
Providing trusted advice for over ten years has put us at the forefront of specialist finance enabling us to help customers get the funding they need at the most competitive rates and on the best terms.
Whether finance is required for new build schemes, acquiring unmortgageable property, renovating buy to lets and HMOs or changing the use of a building, our knowledgeable team can help deliver finance for business cash flow, commercial developments or residential investment premises by sourcing funding from the whole of the market. Get in touch to see how Key can get your project moving forward.
Here are just a few examples of how clients were able to move forward with Key Commercial Finance:
We were recently able to help our client, a first-time developer, who found a property on an online auction. The property, near Halifax, was partly completed and needed some renovation works to be finished as the initial developer pulled out of the project. The property is ideal for investment, having three bedrooms and sitting inMore Info
Our client required funding to purchase a barn in York to be converted into a two bed single storey dwelling. The agreed purchase price was £175,000. This was the first project for the new company and the client had no prior development experience. However, it was a family business, and they were keen to buildMore Info
We were delighted to achieve 100% funding to finance our client’s first refurbishment – a redundant pub next to a supermarket which they were converting it to a retail unit. We obtained a valuation at a level substantially higher than the purchase price and we were able to satisfy the lender that the reason forMore Info
We helped a fabrication business find an alternative Factoring facility due to the current lender wanting to exit the facility. Due to poor administration processes invoices were becoming disallowed for funding. However, we found a new lender who worked closely with the client prior to the facility going live and helped ensure the admin issuesMore Info
Key sourced and arranged a £15m loan for new build apartment scheme in South East of England. As there was a good profit in the scheme and loan to GDV was good 50%, the lender accepted a minimal contribution from the client – in this case only 10% towards total costs including the land acquisition.More Info
A client had acquired an old office property to develop into two self-contained flats. They purchased the property with their own funds for £95,000 and they needed £70,000 for the conversion, which was valued at £300,000. They were declined by their own bank and other lenders. However, using our in-house finance company YPFL, we wereMore Info
Our client, an accountant needed £50,000 to enable him to purchase a block of fees from another practice. We arranged a £50k unsecured loan over 5 years at very competitive rates. The process was completed in 7 days, from the initial conversation with the client, to the funds being in his bank account.More Info
Our client had a self-storage unit valued at £350k in the North West. He had an existing loan with a high street bank and was looking to re-finance to raise £190k capital. This was a new business with a charge to an Invoice Finance provider. The Director was also attached to a previous liquidatedMore Info
Our client was looking for his first investment property. The property he wanted had great potential however the building was only a shell and as such, no BTL lenders would consider. We sourced a 9 month bridging loan of £120k to secure the purchase. Our client will use his own funds to finish the propertyMore Info
Our client had an existing commercial mortgage with a High Street Bank which had reached the end of the commitment period. The bank wouldn’t support a further facility and had asked our client to find an alternative funder. Accounts for the business were not strong, mainly due to a recent spend on adding a gardenMore Info