Sterling Capital Reserve was established in 1999, as a "professional" Commercial Specialist Funding Brokerage. Sterling Capital Reserve is now one of the largest and most respected Commercial Finance Brokerages in the Midlands with a varied range of funding lines.
We have a large professional team of consultants with backgrounds in accountancy, banking, corporate finance and financial services all working together to bring you funding solutions for many commercial sectors.
At Sterling Capital Reserve, we are specialists in sourcing a wide range of innovative Commercial Mortgages, Non Status Commercial Mortgage, Business Remortgages, Development Finance and Bridging Loans, secured against many different types of commercial properties.
The Healthcare sector is extremely specialised, consisting of Doctors, GPs, Medical Assistants, Dentists, Vets, Pharmacists, Opticians etc.
it is important to shop around and obtain the best healthcare funding package that suits you and your requirements.
A Management Buy-Out ("MBO") is when a business is sold to the existing management team. During an MBO our role is pivotal, we work alongside you to in all aspects of the process (from initial negotiation of the deal, to business planning, sourcing finance & legal completion).
A pub or brewery is a unique business and pubs vary significantly from the traditional local to the country pub, a city wine bar to a national chain and as you would expect, there are different types of funding available to pubs from a wide source of lenders.
We have extensive experience in arranging loans, mortgages, bridging loans in respect of Day Nurseries. We can arrange finance with competitive interest rates for new purchases or refinances of up to 75% of the going concern valuation and there are no up front fees.
Our specialist Commercial Finance Brokers have extensive experience in arranging loans, mortgages, bridging loans in respect of all manner of guest houses, hotels and restaurants. We not only fund the Hotel or Restaurant building, we can also arrange finance for the contents.