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Brokers not fans of "LTDs" but how about "private"?

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Hi guys,

 

I understand why brokers would be reluctant to offer mortgages to "LTD" companies but surely private or partnerships where by companies take on full liability in the event of default should be viewed more favorable? Please advise.
 
 
Thanks,
Samuel

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On 1/15/2014 at 8:38 AM, samuel oduro ayim said:

Hi guys,

 

I understand why brokers would be reluctant to offer mortgages to "LTD" companies but surely private or partnerships where by companies take on full liability in the event of default should be viewed more favorable? Please advise.
 
 
Thanks,
Samuel

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On 1/15/2014 at 12:38 AM, samuel oduro ayim said:

Hi guys,

 

I understand why brokers would be reluctant to offer mortgages to "LTD" companies but surely private or partnerships where by companies take on full liability in the event of default should be viewed more favorable? Please advise.
 
 
Thanks,
Samuel

It is the lenders that would have the issue, not the broker as such. And this is only true of high street lenders; there are specialist lenders that cater to LTD companies so you shouldn't have an issue if using a broker that has access to this part of the market.

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