Published on : Sep 06, 2017
Albany, New York, September 6, 2017: More than one year on after Brexit, commercial property lending continues to gain momentum in U.K. amidst various undulating implications. However, a minor drop as anticipated from 2015 has been noticed. The commercial mortgages landscape in U.K. has certainly changed, with a subdual on massive financial commitments, a positive swing towards refinancing existing deals, and greater caution among lenders and a flared regional disparity. A new report titled “U.K. -Commercial Mortgages - August 2017” has been added to Market Research Hub (MRH)’s vast repository of market intelligence data.
The report offers an insightful analysis of the commercial mortgages landscape. As per the report, lending activities are regaining traction after a slight dip in 2016. Owing to a steady recovery of the economy, opportunities in the commercial mortgage sector is expected to grow in the near future. Financial institutes and banks can position themselves better to respond to the requirements of the market and fend off competition from non-bank lenders. The report also includes a descriptive analysis of new loan volume, overall value of outstanding debt in loan, current value of commercial property transactions.
The following section of the report talks about the latest trends in the market including structural changes to the market, demand for corporate credit, current situation of various sectors, net lending in the last quarter and influence of revised regulations on mortgage lending activity. This research report serves as a tool to assist stakeholders in the commercial mortgage sector plan or make better strategic business decisions. In recent months, the attraction of semi-commercial and commercial property has risen as these segments do not come under the same stamp duty charge levied upon residential property, counterbalancing some of the recent downtrend in mortgage demand. Mortgages for trading businesses remains a highly competitive domain within the commercial financing space. Introduction of innovative commercial mortgages for property investors and trading business is expected to reflect favorably on the market. Option of expanding loan term, flexible repayment and interest only conditions are turning to be more appealing. Lending opportunities are expected to grow for foreign investors who are well positioned to benefit in 2017 and beyond.
As the report proceeds, readers will come across information with regards to the market, which serve as an essential resource for investors. Important factors such as Brexit implications in lending activities that are yet to be realized in full fledge and implementation of new strategies following a crunch on funding lines. In terms of business confidence index, business confidence levels witness an uptick for the first time post-Brexit, but remain precarious. Meanwhile, lenders and banking institute are also focusing on suggesting the appropriate commercial mortgage to business to make it less time consuming and complicated. It often turns to be impossible to be assured of the rates offered are best in the market. Therefore, most businesses seek commercial mortgage that offers greater flexibility in terms of determining interest rate and extendibility of the period of repaying the loaned amount.
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