Key insight on the commercial mortgage market.
1977. The year that Star Wars arrived from a Galaxy Far Far Away, Jimmy Carter became the President of the United States of America, and James Bond was encountering Jaws for the first time in The Spy Who Loved Me. It was also the year that gave birth to Tom Hardy, Orlando Bloom and Reliance Consumer Credit (eventually to become Christie Finance).Read More
Christie Finance and Christie & Co will be exhibiting at The Care Show on the 10th – 11th of October 2017.Read More
After many years of cautious lending from High Street Banks, there is now much more choice for developers with alternative lenders out there who are prepared to take a more flexible approach to property development finance.Read More
Old World A lot of dentists will remember the time when banks heavily courted them (metaphorically speaking!). They fought ’tooth and nail’ to provide the most money and the cheapest deals. 100% finance? ‘No problem – do you need any more?’ A rival offering 1% +Base Rate – ‘Don’t worry; we’ll do it for 0.9%.Read More
Last year was a turbulent year for the British and world economies with Britain’s vote to exit the Single Market and Donald Trump’s victory in the US creating economic shockwaves and uncertainty throughout global markets; but where uncertainty exists, opportunity lies.Read More
Christie Finance is delighted to have been awarded Commercial Mortgage Introducer of the Year at the 2017 Business Moneyfacts Awards. This is the 2nd year in a row that the company has won this award and the 3rd year in a row that it has been a finalist.Read More
Often when people talk about running their own business it is so they can ‘take control’, leave the ‘rat race’, work their own hours and ultimately reap the rewards of doing so. Often these flights of fancy leave imaginations drifting to the quaint B&B with fantastic views; the town centre boutique hotel with every room in a different style or the bar/restaurant led hotel, which offers top-quality dining and a comfortable place to rest a weary head after a day working or sightseeing.Read More